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New England Hwy Wildflowers

This is a discussion on New England Hwy Wildflowers within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; On the weekend we drove about 6 hours south in to New South Wales to meet up with my daughter ...

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    On the weekend we drove about 6 hours south in to New South Wales to meet up with my daughter and her boyfriend (they drove 6 hours up from Sydney) for a short stay at Coffs Harbour. On Sunday morning we drove inland a couple of hours to see some waterfalls and have lunch in a small town called Armidale.

    Around lunchtime we went our separate ways and we headed north for home along the inland route called the New England Highway where long stretches were covered in these yellow flowers ...








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    Lovely bright yellow set MA! - I think I favour shot 2 here.
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    Half a world away and still it looks an awful lot like our New England. Love the bright yellow flowers - just wonderful. Nice scenery.
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    Nice set! I'm in between 1 and 2, for different reasons of course.

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    Thanks Kat, Iggy and Marko. After driving for 2 hours in the morning (6 hours the previous day) and then another 4 hours with another 2 hours left to drive ... it was a very nice distraction.

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    I love shot 1 & 2 (leaning towards 2 more though)! Great set, MA
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    yay! FLOWERS!!!!!
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    I like those yellow flowers. The yellow 'flowers' where I live are dandelions.

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    Thanks Gem, Bambi and asnow

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    Lovely captures, M.A! When I first read the title , I thought you were in the States!

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