This is a beautiful time of the year! The days are pleasantly warm although the nights are still chilly enough to need a couple of blankets on the bed. I went for another walk where I had seen all the wildflowers a couple of weeks ago. Close to the car park on the top of the hill the best of the flowers were finished but as we walked down the hill to the more swampy flats below there were flowers everywhere. They stretched in sheets of color on both sides of the track. I didn't take close-up photos of these yellow ones but I think they were pultanaea villosa.
We saw a number of plants of these Queensland Wax Flowers (Philotheca myoporoides subsp.queenslandica). Thanks Denis for showing me how beautiful close-up photos can be.
I saw more Boronia rosmarinifolia - which I photographed last time - and then as we got onto the lower area I saw these Boronia falcifolia.
This flower is Hibbertia linearis - I think! - and there was a little native bee on it. When I photographed the bee from a different angle it appears to be carrying something under its abdomen - and I wonder if they are eggs. Does anyone have any suggestions about this and is it normal behavior for these insects?We walked as far as some waterholes on one of the creeks. The reflections were perfect!