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 Apeldoorn tulip was greeting me during a weekend stroll at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
This quadruple bloom day lily was bursting forth in our front garden.
This daylily close-up is just magnificent.
It is one of the first photos I ever sold.
In Atlanta, GA, the fresh rain
was kissing these Oxford Elite tulips.
This photograph from our front yard is pure colorful delight.
The afternoon light was tickling the top of this tulip
at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
This yard-blooming daylily
was nicely framed by a curving leaf
and bathed in spectacular sunlight.
A synchronistic meeting in Atlanta led to
a personal invitation to Tiptoe Through The Tulips.
This beauty sang out to me one day while on a camera-stroll through my yard.
This banana petal daylily in my daylily garden
was quite appealing after a brief spring shower.
In Atlanta, GA, this Red Emperor Tulip
was being Tenderly Held.
I was not so successfully dodging The Birmingham Botanical Gardens'
sprinkler system while I photographed this sweetheart of a daylily, My Beth.
A landscaper in Atlanta, GA, invited me to photograph his tulips. Apeldoorn was Leanin' In for a pose.
During a Spring stroll at
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
this Darwin Hybrid stirred my imagination.
Our daylilies were busting forth into bloom
having just enjoyed a nice spring rain.
This Suburn Golden Eagle daylily was radiant during
a morning photo stroll at the Birmngham Botanical Gardens.
This Stella D'Or in our front flower bed was quite stellar.