This daffodil was just peeking out its little head
on a cool fall morning stroll on the property.
Photographed in our backyard
this fern put on a swimmingly good show.
This Manchu Fan Magnolia blossom goes to the Heart of the Matter.
Its pink heart radiance was captured at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
These mountainous structures captured my imagination
at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
A Redbud blooming white! I sat in awe with this one for a while. Photographed during a glorious stroll in Atlanta.
This morning glory's happy face greeted me during a morning stroll
at the Hiawassee River in the Tennessee Mountains.
This beautiful daylily was photographed in my garden
while I had a towel over my camera and me.
All three of us enjoyed the rain that day.
During a stroll in Piedmont Park in Atlanta, GA,
I noticed this day lily ready to unfurl. I calculated the time
it would take for the sun to dazzle it in radiance.
This backyard photo of a Redbud in early Spring
is one of my best friend's favorite photos.
This Lantana had just been refreshed by a little afternoon sower.
I am a firm believer that one becomes more aware
of the bigger picture through getting to know the smaller picture.
This Loblolly Pine is in the forest at Camp McDowell, Nauvoo, AL.
This Columbine was poking its head up out of the forest floor
during a stroll on the property in Trussville, AL.
This Nikko Hydrangea at The Birmingham Botanical Gardnes was
Sittin' Pretty amongst its blue, lavendar and pink companions.
The water of the Little Pigeon River has worn this wood in such a way
that it looks like flowing water on the wood.
This Pink Cattle Heart, photographed at Calloway Gardens
during a birthday-present trip to Georgia, was in fervent motion.