White

The word prompt from Debbie at Travel With Intent: White

So many white things in this world. Perhaps I will look at flowers, birds and my world of white
A fungi which pops up when it rains. Sometimes can get as big as a dinner plate.fungus_white_named_home_oct 2018

Lovely daisy like flowers that grow along the roadsides near my place.
white flower_yellow centre_binna burra_named_june 2014

A maas of white flowers that insects love to come and seek the pollen.
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Pelicans glow in the afternoon sun
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A Native Hibiscuswhite flower_named_binna burra_march 2017
White-headed Pigeons are only partially white I guesswhite headed pigeon_named_binna burra_feb 2018

More lovely white flowers from my besties old garden
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My white Hydrangeas 170920_blog challenge_square in september_white hydrangea

I am not sure but I think it is a Camellia
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Caper White Butterflies are on their migration and I hope to see lots at my place soon.
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Another shot of the white flowers. Maybe a White Crocus?
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Who can go past the soft white of clouds.
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Had to include the dog cloud once again170712_blog challenge_clouds_bear

These clouds made me stop the car on the way to work
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Our Moon, white and bright in the sky
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Featured image Cats Whiskers, one of my favourite flowers

This is November: The Flowers

The final installment of This is November. The flowers that appear in November are fabulous. The small native flowers shoot out of the ground for a short time. The garden is resplendent with most of the flowering shrubs a hive of activity as you saw in This is November: The Insects. Enjoy the flowers of November.

You saw the Jacaranda flowers in the This is October: Part Three Did you know that the Jacaranda flower is not only purple but white as well?
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Some flowers are just made to be photographed.
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A close-up shot of the Blue Salvia which the Lewins Honeyeater was feeding on in This is November: The Birds
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A few drops of water and an early morning sun make for wonderful flower photography
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The second flowering for some of the Grevilleas
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The cactus had so many buds and flowers this year.
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When the rain comes, the Crocus add splashes of colour throughout the garden.
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One of the Day Lilys I was given by my mate Geoff. There is always a Stingless Bee flying around somewhere.
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This orchid was at my besties sons place. An amazing cascade of flowers.
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Here is the orchid flower
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The Pandorea were flowering high in the canopy
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My White Hydrangea has a pink hue
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One of the best years for the Silk Tree flowering
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The Roses at my besties are magnificent this year too.
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And the scent is divine
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The little yellow puff balls are everywhere
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I love this Hibiscus which seems to have many names – I like Dancing Ballerina
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The Lomandra growing on the forest floor has many flower spikes
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The new leaves on the Paperbark are fabulous
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The Paperbark was covered in white creamy flowers from top to bottom.
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Growing in the paddock was a tiny yellow flower about 5mm in diameter. Once I saw this one I then noticed all the others.
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The Bottlebrush flowers were their showy best this year. The Pink Bottlebrush flower is the second year it has flowered since planting about 10 years ago.
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This is the red Bottlebrush flower I used as an experimental technique late last month
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many people wanted to know what the bush looked like. Here is the Miniature Bottlebrush about 1.5M tall
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The birds have been fighting over the Black Bean tree flowers
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Have you ever seen a Pineapple flower? Now you have. I had no idea they had flowers like this
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Last year, I found the Hyacinth Orchid growing in the forest at my place. I went looking again this year to where I thought it was but to no avail. Looking around my garden not only did I find one growing but two!
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That’s the last post on This is November. I hoped you like all the posts.

Square in September #3

I promised Lisa from A Day In The Life  that I would post a White Hydrangea for Beckys A Life of a 40 Something  Square in September flower challenge.

Sorry Becky, I have cheated a little as I haven’t posted one photo.

The White Hydrangea flower ball. A very early bloom from a young plant so it’s not as big as I hope the flowers will one day become.
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Ever looked behind a Hydrangea? Almost reminds me of the Segrada Familia photos I posted a while ago.
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The centers of the individual flower have a beauty all of their own.
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