It is all in how we look at things…mustard garlic, a common weed.
Patterns. Peaceful and exciting all at the same time.
I had the wonderful opportunity to shoot at a very special place today. Not raw but amazing.
Nature provides the composition, I release the shutter.
I guess these three Jack in the Pulpits are having quite the conversation!
It was a beautiful Sunday morning. My friend Lili and I were lucky enough to take a long walk. I spied this beautiful rock but the best part was the little red dot. It is actually a spider! Nature is amazing.
For the love of fern. Or ferns. Or just, I love ferns.
Alice is at it again. Looks like we are going to have a bumper crop with all these blossoms!
Brazil nuts that didn’t make it into today’s post. Still pretty.
One thing that this photo challenge has taught me is to really open my eyes to what is happening around me. I am more intimately connected to nature this spring because of this. Watching not only trees and flowers bloom, but weeds, with their own unique beauty, also
I found myself in a bridal shop again today. So many pretty things!
Little gifts from nature
Yes, I am a tree huger.
Renting a lens this weekend. Love the results. I am going to have to figure out how to buy this one!
Someone forgot to tell these little buggers it is only April in Minnesota.
Because this is all I shot today (over and over), this is what you get. And yes, it is raw!!
Buds, stage two.
Mint is tenacious!
Nature at it’s simplest and most beautiful.
Some more beautiful buds.
I call this: “I am too tired to find something to shoot”, or “Lemons at Dusk”.
A little succulent cactus in black and white. I love the contrast of color and texture.
A little breath of spring!
Oh what a tangled web we weave!
Back in Minnesota where is spring is in full bloom. I miss my daughters, the snow and skiing!!
Please don’t make me go home!
I love the buck & rail fences that you see all over Colorado. They evoke such a western feeling.
Were not in Kansas anymore! Mountain sage. Stunning.
As I am approaching my birthday, I realize that age can also be a beautiful thing.