The Honey Pot
- Posted by Peter MacDonald
- On October 2, 2012
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The Flinders Ranges is well known for its wild flowers in Spring. Visitors are like bees around a honey pot when it comes to wildflowers, particularly at this time of the year.
There’s colour everywhere, like this image, which I took primarily to show the mix of colours in a very small area.
There’s Orange Darling Pea, the main flowers in the picture, a touch of mauve from the Salvation Jane – a weed, but let’s not get too fussy.
Then there’s the white Daisy Bush in the lower right, as well as a hint of gold and the lush green of the grasses.