Pink lady’s slipper and painted trillium appear in May.
One of my favorite wild flowers, the blue flag iris is common in marshes and bogs.
Pickerel Weed reflected in the water along Great Meadow Stream.
Somehow flowers manage to grow on the granite along the Maine Coast.
Rugosa roses and spruce on Hunters Beach in Acadia National Park.
Fireweed abstract, somewhere in Nova Scotia in late July.
A rugosa rose on the granite coastline in Acadia National Park.
Irises on the shore of Abol Pond in Baxter State Park. Only three months until June!
When the lupines come out it means the beginning of summer! Only seven months to go… Yay!
Macro photography using a wide lens aperture and selective focus can open up new worlds. In this case, a flower.