|Actinotus minor, the small flannel flower|
At times, I can be a bit of a stick-in-the-mud. Once I get to a certain point with a book, I set myself artificial and demanding goals and deadlines. If I am working on an article or a book, I can be even worse.
|Actinotus helianthi, the large flannel flower|
We stepped out, and walked past the park behind our house where perhaps a dozen kites were flying. I looked carefully at the kite people, but recognising none, we moved off onto the bush track that runs down to a nearby beach.
|Grevillea buxifolia, the grey spider flower|
|Acacia sp., one of thew wattles. We have lots.|
| A sundew, Drosera spatulata, an insect-catching plant. There was another species there, D. auriculata, which|
flowers in spring and summer, but it was in bud already. Sadly, it's impossible to photograph in the field.