|This path is teaming with wild flowers if you look hard enough|
Today I am thrilled to be opening this weeks Photo Friday as Jen's guest over at Pierced Wonderings.
Photo Friday is a weekly photo link-up where photographers from all over the globe share their work and support each other. You don't need to be a professional photographer to join in, so head on over and take a look.
Today I am showcasing some of the natural beauty of Western Australian Wildflowers, head over to Photo Friday to see these wildflowers up close and personal.
What you could not see in the shots I shared with Photo Friday goers is the incredible scale of the flowers.
Hidden in plain sight, they are teeny tiny little things, easily missed unless you know to look for them.
Thysanotus multiflorus a.k.a. Many-flowered Fringe Lily
Thelymitra crinita a.k.a. Blue Lady Orchid
Verticordia monadelpha var callitricha a.k.a.Woolly Featherflower
Agrostocrinum scabrum a.k.a. Blue Grass Lily
Drosera barbigera planchon a.k.a. Sundew
You just about need a microscope for this one!
I think it's a Daviesia triflora or possibly Daviesia hakeoides subsp. subnuda a.k.a. Bitter Pea
Isotoma hypocrateriformis aka: Woodbridge Poison
See the close up's for these flowers over at Photo Friday and visit all the other wonderful photographers too.
|Can you see all the wildflowers in the foreground?|