Wattle

I have a couple of weeks easier and then the rest of the month full on so I am going with the theme Things Aussie for this month - that way I can draw on images that I have when times get tough!
This week it's FLORA!

Wattle - love love love - it's yellow - golden - beautiful!

Commonly known as Wattle, Acacia is the largest genus of vascular plants in Australia. Australia's national floral emblem is Acacia pycnantha, the Golden Wattle. Wattle Day is celebrated on the 1st of September each year. There are some 1350 species of Acacia found throughout the world and close to 1000 of these are to be found in Australia.
phenomenally beautiful, love this
posted July 13th, 2017  
Beautiful image, love the processing.
posted July 13th, 2017  
A superb shot with awesome processing. Lots of cool info. Thanks
posted July 13th, 2017  
Beautifully put together 👍
posted July 13th, 2017  
Gorgeous , a wonderfully presented triptych of beautiful images and colours -- A big fav
posted July 13th, 2017  
Lovely captured warmth of that great yellow.
posted July 13th, 2017  
Interesting pic and nice processing
posted July 13th, 2017  
I just knew this was yours!!! I know you love wattle :)
posted July 13th, 2017  
@gigiflower I do I do
posted July 13th, 2017  
This is just too darn pretty! And I've learned stuff, so thank you for posting it.
posted July 13th, 2017  
Awesome collage and interesting info
posted July 13th, 2017  
lovely collection
posted July 13th, 2017  
Creative and love the presentation. We call this mimosa - but there is not too much of it growing here!
posted July 13th, 2017  
My goodness, this is so beautiful. Your narrative is wonderful too. 1,000 species in Australia? Good grief! Fav!
posted July 14th, 2017  
I love the processing, what a great shot.
posted July 14th, 2017  
i love your wattle annie
posted July 15th, 2017  
Just stunning! Fav.
posted July 15th, 2017  
such beautiful shots, I especially like the artistic one in the center ...fav
posted July 15th, 2017  
Aces!
posted July 16th, 2017  
Very eye catching, lovely processing
posted September 4th, 2017  
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