Tuesday, August 23, 2005
I was in Australia in the springtime, at the height of wildflower season. It was a week before we drove out in to the outback. By then I'd been to a flower show in Kings Park and seen flowers in meridian strips, but I wasn't prepared for the explosion of color once we got beyond city limits. We stopped at one point on the way to Kalbarri National park and I took a brief video clip. This clip can't possibly begin to give a true representation of the brilliance, the vividness of the color, but it does give you an idea of the scope. Field after field after field covered with wildflowers. It was an experience I'll always remember.
Posted by Bev Sykes at 10:45 AM