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Hatfield Forest is aglow at the moment with buttercups as far as the eye can see.  There are estimated to be 300 million of them across the plains, although I…

I had one of those days today where no photographic opportunities presented themselves while I was at work.  Once I was home I had just an hour to cook and eat…

We have a couple of small garden boxes, but haven't done anything with them yet this year. The returning favorite though is the couple of strawberry plants.…

My tulips at home always seem to bloom much later than others. These are also interesting in that they are yellow with just a bit of red, but they turn almost…

It strikes me as a shame that the hellebore is one of those flowers whose true delicacy is rarely seen by anyone except insects.  We've got quite a few…

This was actually really hard for me - just could not decide what to capture. I settled for this bloom near the entrance to my home.

They bloomed!! I have no idea what kind of flower these are. I randomly grabbed some stray bulbs and planted them. How pretty are they?!

A friend died suddenly yesterday. The fragility and unfairness of life was never more evident. He was a wonderful man and will be missed. My deepest sympathies…

F.A.I.T.H. Have you had your own definition of it? But I believe FAITH is staying strong, doing right, keeping the right attitude - despite bad days facing…

A colorful Queen's Wreath plant in full bloom in my backyard along with all the buzzing bees from this morning. Techie note: This was shot on a Nikon D2X using…

Before leaving my parents' house I took a stroll around their garden looking for spring flowers to photograph. I wasn't short of beautiful subjects and, even…

The high desert can be a muted and colorless place. In Spring, little bits of color come and go, dotting the landscape Here and There, like the blossom on this…
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