Monday, September 5, 2011

Our World Tuesday - The Wattles of Spring

Wattles in flower can brighten up even the dullest day – and when the sun shines they can become rather showy! I think these pictures are at the showy end of the spectrum!




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15 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Showy and gorgeous, Stewart! Such glorious color against that blue, blue sky! Terrific captures for the day and a beautiful look at your world!! Hope you've had a great weekend!

Sylvia

Sivinden said...

Fabulous flowers!

OceanoAzul.Sonhos said...

Great shots, so beautiful flowers!

Have a nice week, Stewart
oa.s

Gary said...

Great shots Stewart!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Karen said...

Ahhh...wattle, it's springtime in Australia for sure!

eileeninmd said...

They are bright and beautiful trees. So cheery looking. Wonderful photos!

mick said...

Beautiful photos of the wattle. Of course the blue sky makes it picture perfect!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Wattles are lovely aren't they. It was the wattles I noticed most on our drive and walk yesterday and are in my post.

Marion said...

Cheerful! Perfect match with the blue sky.
Best regards,
Marion
http://leven-marion.blogspot.com/

Arija said...

Ha, you beat me to it, my wattles are still two weeks away although they were photographed a good week ago at Mt. Arapiles. I just love them.

The road to Halls Gap from the western highway is still closed. When are you going there, maybe we could meet up???

stardust said...

Wattle is new to me. Looks like soft yellow clouds of cascade. We have yellow blossoms which tell the arrival of spring in the cold air, too. Thank you for sharing.

ladyfi said...

What marvellous bringers of spring.

Arija said...

Chuckle . . . maybe with a split personality???

Jackie said...

Lovely bright sunshiny flowers, be glad you're in Oz, it's blinkin' cold here today with black ominous clouds.

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

great strong colors, magnificent wattles and such blue sky!