MtLawleyShire’s flowers after the storm

With the rain came the opportunity to catch raindrops on flowers and grass blades.  It was dark though, and still raining and windy, so I wasn’t thank successful.  I got some though.

Basil flower:

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Lemon grass blades:

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raindrops caught like gems in the delicate spines of a native hibiscus:

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and on the jasmine: tendril and leaf:

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Finally, in the garden, a row of drops on a rose leaf.


Later, in the outside world, on a frangipani:


on bottlebrush and bottlebrush buds:

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(though this one escaped)


Finally – on a tiny bottlebrush (or is it a type of Grevillea?)


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And last – a bee looking for somewhere not drowned to find some nectar


I hope you enjoyed my flower photos 🙂

Next post will be the post-storm sunset, which was magnificent.



14 comments on “MtLawleyShire’s flowers after the storm

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  2. bulldog says:

    Hey …. some beautiful captures here…

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