On our recent trip the western part of New South Wales, Australia, we encountered these wildflowers way out near White Cliffs. It’s outback Australia, alright, though not so far off the beaten track to be thought of as being dangerously isolated.
Brilliant colours of the Cassia which grows on a small bush, pictured against the strong blue of an Australian sky.
Ah well! Don't know what this little plant is, but it sure looks nice. A legume, part of the pea family, I'd say, it grows on a small, low bush.
Laying on the ground to get this perspective of the Sturts Desert Peas, I got bindies in my bare elbows as well as in my clothes. But I rather like the view of the pea flowers with the tree as a background element of the image