Longer days, more sun, spring rain, blooms, bulbs and blossom abound. The valley has turned golden with the local Silver … Continue reading Mellow bloomin yellow
Wow! It’s been over three weeks since I last posted. So what happened? Less screen time and more life. Covid … Continue reading Back with blooms
(9 photos, Part 2) – Just some of the diverse native flora on our walk in the higher region of … Continue reading Autumn Alpine Berries and Blooms
(10 photos) – I’m trying to go to bed earlier, which is impacting my late night 2am editing and blogging … Continue reading Parrot and orchid hunting
Telopea truncata, commonly known as the Tasmanian waratah, is a plant in the family Proteaceae. It is endemic to Tasmania where it is found on moist acidic soils … Continue reading 60 million years ago …
(6 photos) – The last few weeks, the start of spring, acacia in the valley were I live have exploded … Continue reading Aussie green and gold!
(8 photos, click to enlarge) – To celebrate the Southern Hemisphere’s first day of spring (by the calendar) I thought … Continue reading It’s bloomin Spring!
Whoops, sorry! While updating all posts on tasview.com last night to make images scale-able and add to categories, about 8 … Continue reading Flowers … apologies …