18 September 2012

Norah Head - Wildflower walk - Part Two

Coming up, native fuchsia (Correa) in all its glory.




Dillwynia





a waterhole


 but no water-birds to be seen

ahah!  Heath and Tea-tree country!



14 comments:

Digi-Irma said...

What a beautiful landscape, the first three pictures of the flowers I find really great.
Greetings Irma

Dianne said...

A delightful walk ... amid natural bush-land. The native fuchsia is such a pretty colour and the bell shape adds to its beauty.

Joyful said...

some beautiful plants on a lovely walk.

eileeninmd said...

Carole, what a pretty place for a walk. I love the long tubes of the fuchsia. They are all lovely flowers and beautiful photos. Have a happy day!

Elizabeth Edwards said...

great flowers & landscape views. (:

TexWisGirl said...

such wild beauty. :)

schöngeist for two said...

Was für iene Landschaft mit wunderschöne die Blumen und der Weg!
Lieben Gruss Elke

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

What beautiful flowers you have! You are having a lovely Spring! The flowers in part I are gorgeous too. I also like the sand paths.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

I love your photographic safaris Carole.
Those beautiful flowers, so different from what is growing here.
Costas

Marie said...

I love fuscia, and am planning to get a hanging basket for my back porch. I think it will do well here in Tucson. Those are gorgeous yellow and orange flowers too, and the all-yellow ones. Beautiful! What a great place to take a walk!

Horst in Edmonton said...

Great photos, have never seen Fuchsia like this one. A lovely plants and flower.

Montanagirl said...

Such beautiful and varied landscapes! Love the the flowers.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Nice series of photos with a fine sense of place. I've just been checking the fuchsias in my garden; they're starting to look a little sad as autumn approaches.

Ida said...

Haven't commented in awhile but I did enjoy these lovely photos. What pretty flowers. It's wonderful to see flowers that don't grow where I live.