Driving through picture postcard country, camera wildly clicking.
Should I snap the view from the window or in the rear view mirror?
So many wonderful things to see and I can't snap left and right at
the same time . . . .
Below a little foretaste of things to come of the 1,200+ photos
I took in 8 days of utter bliss.
Not only Sturt Desert Peas but a multitude of other flowers
were carpeting this lovely semi-desert country in all the colours
of the rainbow.
For now I hope this has wetted your appetite for a few more
but I need a sleep . . . so good night and do leave me a message
that you are out there somewhere in cyberspace.
Well that is quite the tease! I look forward to more!ReplyDelete
Arija, You are amazing and so are those scarlet creeping flowers.. I never saw anything like them except for on your daughters blog.. they are beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Oh, gorgeous!! I cannot wait to see more... Such unusual plants... Hugs, SilkeReplyDelete
I'm still here and can't wait to see more of your wonderful photos! This one is indeed quite a tease! Rest well, Arija!ReplyDelete
I wonder why desert flowers are always so brightly coloured - it is always as though they have to show off their colour - beautiful though. Glad you had a wonderful time.ReplyDelete
Beautiful bright flowers - what a treat for the eyes.ReplyDelete
Glad you're back safe and sound. Those are wild looking flowers. I look forward to more about this adventure.ReplyDelete
Such an amazing shade of red!!ReplyDelete
Keep the photos coming!!
I look forward to your views of spring as we head towards winter.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous. Glad there is more to come.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog; so sorry to hear about the loss of boxes in fire! Ack!
I can't wait! I am so glad to hear you had a great time. TSUP!ReplyDelete
wonderful! thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
Welcome back and yes, I am somewhere in an address out in cyberspace. You are funny Arija and I do love your first image and look forward to others coming. BTW, you write to me on my other blog which is used mostly for my greeting cards, so I am so sorry that I do not so easily get back with you~ Sleep well dear one~ReplyDelete
I know your quandry of going down the road and seeing so many wonderful things and trying to decide what to shoot, or if you need to stop, or even go back. The problem then becomes will you ever get to your destination if you keep stopping? I look forward to seeing your photos!ReplyDelete
What a cool shot of the desert peas (I've never seen them before, but love the red red colour.)ReplyDelete