It isn't officially spring until the beginning of September but it has sprung early this year. There are many patches of remnant native bushland dotted around the Perth metropolitan area which are a delight to visit at any time of year but particularly when everything is in flower! Nearly two weeks ago a friend and I went for a walk in the bush just adjacent to Landsdale Farm. So many pretty flowers to admire including the ubiquitous hibbertia and Swan River myrtle.
Above is the carnivorous sundew drosera.
Today my friend and I visited the Hepburn Heights bushland reserve which looked particularly pretty in the mid-afternoon light. Today was one of those ridiculously perfect winter's days when the sun is shining and the breeze is fresh.