"Lemon tree - very pretty, and the lemon flower is sweet, but the fruit of the poor lemon, is impossible to eat."
Andrew picking a mulberry - an unwritten law is that any fruit that is overhanging outside of private property is free to anyone passing by.
My guy's creative photography - a frond of a tree fern.
The beginning of our bush walk.
Eden - the budding botanist, helping Grampie to see all the beautiful flowers; this one is a feather flower.
Spring is here and along with it, many delightful, never before seen, species of flowers. This one is a fringe lily.
Our first water break.
The prettiest one, in my opinion, (blue lady orchid). Such a lovely shade.
We've seen this one a lot but not sure what it is, I'll call it 'pretty in pink'.
So many lovely flowers. We think this one is a graceful honeymyrtle.
The sixty foot waterfall with only a trickle of water. Kind of disappointing, but they had a rather dry winter.
Halfway through and enjoying our apples.
View of Perth from the top.
One nasty inchman ant with a wicked bite.
Last one, I promise - the dominant shrub was the one-sided bottle brush.
Two cuties having a rest - wandoo eucalyptus trees in the background.
Overlooking a massive granite quarry on the way down.
Having lunch at Macca's (McDonald's) - see the palm trees out the window??
And as we end our day here in Australia, I listen to Kathryn and Tim practicing the songs for the worship service on Sunday. My heart is full - no words.