Walking with flowers in MtLawleyShire

A clutch of flowers gathered over a week or so, though this first isn’t a flower.  I’ve been trying for ages to catch the way this crystal hanging in my courtyard catches the light and I’ve almost got it with this.

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More ‘light catching’ – sunlight turning leaves emerald beyond a garden gate

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a bee in sunflower-like flowers (it begins with a ‘d’ but I can’t remember the name of the flower except that they’re not sunflowers)

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roses – my favourite is this one:

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frangipani 🙂

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light tangled in grass seed heads:

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two types of Grevillea – brush and lower ground cover type:

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bottlebrush – that delicate pink and a deeper shade:

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coral blossom:

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the glorious colour of this geranium-type flower:

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Honeysuckle, scented even if a little bedraggled:

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Petunias in the garden, and looking deep into their hearts – as a friend said: a bee’s eye view 🙂

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And no, she’s not a flower, but she is in the garden – amongst the lemon grass 🙂

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I hope you enjoyed these flowers.

Another sunset soon…

 

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4 comments on “Walking with flowers in MtLawleyShire

  1. LRStrand says:

    Is the yellow flower a dahlia? They usually have many more petals, but I don’t think it’s a daisy.

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  2. bulldog says:

    Loved the flowers and you take such good photos of them that they seem alive on my screen…

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