Here is Tessa scouring the ground for signs of orchids and other plants.A native cockroach eating some bird poo.The stunning spotted leopard orchid.Here is a little toad bug. Can you see him?
These are a few images from a morning out in the bush a couple of weeks ago. Tessa took me out for roughly 3 hours to several spots along the farm to take a look at what was currently flowering. The verticordia and leschenaultia were both incredibly diverse with both plants showing several species. The pale creamy leschenaultia might be my new favourite flower, the colours are muted but at the same time fresh and almost peach like.
I did not prepare for the sun exposure, and subsequently morphed into a lobster come evening.
It was worth it.