Every day is an adventure – 46/365


Yellow and fluffy

Soft and pretty

Golden delights in the green

of the Australian bush.

Wattle – the floral emblem that makes some people sneeze!

Did you know that Wattle Day used to be September 1 but they moved it forward to August 1 because wattle started flowering earlier in various places.  This photo was taken in mid July so maybe no-one told the wattle that it shouldn’t be flowering yet!  It does bode well that spring is coming though, even with all the frosty mornings we’ve been having.

You can click here to see all my Every day photo project photos in one place.

I’d love to hear from you.


Deb 🙂

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  1. No wattle here yet. I didn’t know the day has been changed.

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