Nikki these are gorgeous! Such sweet little peas. Some grow wild in our large church yard. They're natives aren't they?
I have never seen these before Karen. I was hoping you might know.
Nikki I think it may be a Wooly Glycine, an Australian native pea/legume.http://futurebeef.com.au/topics/pastures-and-forage-crops/the-role-of-native-legumes/
Thanks so much for the link Karen. It think the plant is actually the Glycine Pea as the leaves matched those in the first image. Nikki
Lovely delicate shots of obviously delicate flowers. I wouldn't be mowing either :-)
Just lovely and your processing is beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
So lovely. Nikki! who do you get that pin button right there on your site. I have tried to do it and it doesn't work. If you go to my Pinterest board "photo motos" you will see all of your photos are the only ones I have there. I should rename it "nikki's kicks". hahahahaha
Hi Renae, Thanks so much for pinning my images. Below is a link where I make the 'pin it' button for my blog. Hope it works. Nikkihttp://about.pinterest.com/goodies/
Delicately beautiful, looks like part of the sweet pea family...
perfectly processed! love them both!
Love these, especially the last one, it's that softness and the light, so delicate that it suits the flower perfectly, well captured and processed :)
Thanks for visiting my blog. I really appreciate your comments.Nikki