Tag Archives: floral photography

A Walk in the Park

It’s May, and I’m looking forward to the colorful blooms that open during this spring month. The Bluebells have already reached their peak bloom; the Daffodils have come and gone, and so have most of the Tulips. Likewise have the … Continue reading

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Spring Awakenings in the Woods

Springtime is an amazing time to go walking in the woods. And what a fantastic opportunity for nature photographers to capture images of plants that bloom only during this time of the year! As well, it’s fascinating to find young … Continue reading

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Tropical Rhododendron Blooms

A attended a fall festival at the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden in Federal Way, Washington, this weekend, in which the garden was open free to the public. This was a great opportunity for anyone who had not visited the garden … Continue reading

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Those Hardy Dahlias!

It’s officially fall, and I can’t believe the dahlia garden in our local park is blooming better than ever! Such hardy flowers they are! Once they are cut down, I know that it will be months before we see any … Continue reading

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Autumn Woodland Plants and Seed Pods

I love to walk in woodland gardens to watch how plants grow and change with the seasons. It’s fascinating to watch how plants change color, not just with tree leaves, but ground foliage as well during the autumn time. I … Continue reading

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