Wattle it be? – Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

July 10, 2019

Wattle flowers
Wattle flowers

It’s harder than you think to go Wordless, but I try to do just that each Wednesday, by sharing a photo or two that (hopefully) tells a story.

Feel free to join in by posting a photo using the hashtag #WordlessWednesday – it’s quite liberating, especially for those of us who like words a little too much at times 🙂

Debbie xx

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14 Replies to “Wattle it be? – Wordless Wednesday”

    1. Yes I agree Sue, I always thought it was later in the year like August/September, it seems to be getting earlier every year! It won’t be out here in Tumbarumba anytime soon, it’s far too cold!

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    1. They are very pretty but can cause a lot of allergies in some people. I just loved trying to capture the flowers and am quite pleased with my results. Thanks so much Terri, I’m popping over to see your post now. Don’t worry about being wordy….

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    1. Thanks for that Jonno! Yes I have a nice little camera and a macro lens I’ve been playing around with lately. My sister and her husband are really good photographers and I try to take advice from them when I can. I must use the camera more often as I too like the quality and depth of field in this shot. Thanks agin for the encouragement 🙂 it’s always appreciated.

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  1. Thanks for that Jo! I was out practicing with my macro lens and couldn’t resist the wattle flowers (and other things) while out walking in the bush. It’s so different over on the south coast of NSW to what we have in our bush here in the Snowy’s. I just love the yellow!

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