This Blue Flag was enjoying a dusting of dew one Spring morning at Camp McDowell in Nauvoo, AL.
One rainy March morning at Camp McDowell,
in Nauvoo, AL, this blossom called my name.
This flower sang out to me during one of my strolls
at Camp McDowell, Nauvoo, AL. We visited for over an hour until the lighing was right for its portrait.
Photographed in my yard, this wren sat and serenaded me.
This Alabama classic was photographed
in Nauvoo, AL, at Camp McDowell.
The setting sun was having a grand time dancing around this
Manchu Fan Magnolia blossom at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
While on Tillers trail at Camp McDowell
in Nauvoo, AL, this baby oak was suddenly illuminated
by a ray of sunshine. It felt like a blessing for a fresh start.
These Wood Storks in Jacksonville, FL, were
doing their Spring ritual of nesting.
This Anole was hanging out in the shrubs in our front yard.
When it jumped onto the Pine Tree
I was able to capture its color-changing process.
This Zebra Longwing was in a perfectly lit spot
during the Annual Butterfly Show in Cincinnati, Ohio,
at The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
Stereotypes are not always true. This Nikko Hydrangea
at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens was beautiful being blue.
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.
If you look up as you travel the big hill at Camp McDowell in Naouvoo, AL, this friend is sure to say hello.
This quadruple bloom day lily was bursting forth in our front garden.
This Apeldoorn tulip was greeting me during a weekend stroll at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
The healing wounds of the Scarlet Red Oak were put into perspective by the Spring Redbud blooms. Photographed in Atlanta, GA.