I waited a bit too long to shoot this red tulip blossom. It sat on my desk and slowly dried out. And I have to say, I’m quite pleased about that.
“To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower Hold infinity in the palms of your hand and eternity in an hour.”
— William Blake
Today was all about family. It was an absolutely beautiful spring day with temps in the mid-70s and plenty of sunshine.
The sun sets behind a wooden bench along a hiking trail in southeast Wisconsin. A quiet, peaceful little scene.
One of the challenges of shooting Spring flowers is trying to create something unique so that the blossom stands out from the millions of other flower photographs that out there.
It’s finally Spring here in Wisconsin. It’s still cold, but the flowers are out. Yay!! Time to shoot flowers and find things with color!
A line of tiny raindrops sit atop a green leaf against a backdrop of vibrant, verdant green after an early May rain shower.
Sunset at Scuppernong Springs in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Southern Unit, in southeast Wisconsin. This shot is a prime example of working with what you have