Flowers around MtLawleyShire

Despite arthritis, artwork and so much socializing after my PhD results, I have been walking around and taking photos.  This post is filled with some of the flowers I’ve seen over just the last few days.

The wattle is out, golden and fluffy and beautiful:

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And Autumn is making an appearance, mostly in the quality of the late afternoon light which touched on dwarf Bougainvillea, Lantana and the gold of not-quite sun flowers

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The frangipani are still flowering:

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and so are roses!

Reds:

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What I call sunburst roses:

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little pink-white ones:

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Creamy white ones:

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And sumptuous yellow ones:

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a flower on a vine and light tangled in the spiny leaves of a spear of rosemary:

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Camellia in a friend’s garden:

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And native flowers – I don’t know what these are:

 

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But these are Grevillea:

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And these?  I think they are South American, but they are a stunning scarlet:

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and – oh! This?  🙂  She’s the prettiest flower of all the gardens

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I will be back soon with sunsets.

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6 comments on “Flowers around MtLawleyShire

  1. Anna says:

    gorgeous; is the first flower also known as Mimosa? And I adore frangipani – the scent; I can almost smell it just by looking at your photos! Thank you, and I hope your arthritis gets bettter soon xx

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  2. Joanna Fay says:

    Absolutely beautiful, Keira…and I hope the arthritis is feeling better. ❤ xx

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  3. bulldog says:

    Oh I do love your photos…

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