There’s a small park on the edge of MtLawleyShire, on it’s – um – northern, or north-western borders (the borders are somewhat variable and I think, once, this park would’ve been just outside the borders, but no longer!) and there are some pretty wildflowers there – but this week, it rained, heavily, was a dark and gloomy sort of morning, but still – flowers.
My camera would not stay in my bag.
So, wildflowers bejewelled:
I was fascinated with the way the raindrops hung on the spines:
What I call pink fluffballs, but with the raindrops (giving you a clue as to their real size) they go from being pretty to stunning:
A Banksia – I love the flowers grow on the ground in some of these, and a secret Grevillea:
and trees, darkened by rain:
Spooky tree in the gloomy light:
& a wee friendly light willy wagtail: