I found this beetle exploring a blackberry flower when I was out taking photos. From this angle it looks like he’s smelling the blossom.
Yesterday afternoon I captured one of my best clover shots ever. Half of its pedals were dead, but the other half were still standing strong. Clovers are beautiful flowers, but you can’t really see their beauty until you look at them up close.
As I was walking around the lawn yesterday, I discovered this beautiful wildflower growing near our pine trees. I’ve never seen a flower like this before. Its shape closely resembles a star!
I captured these beautiful yellow wildflowers during our visit to the Blue Ridge Parkway this May. As you can see, they were the only yellow thing around.
I captured these white and yellow flowers sticking together. They sat for a beautiful portrait.
I found these little berries growing on our Mahonia shrub yesterday. They made a handsome portrait.
Our Yaupon Holly produces little white flowers during the spring. I shot several photos of them, and decided to upload my best one to my blog.
Bees are hard to photograph because the move from flower to flower so quickly. I managed to capture this large bumble bee as he was eating from one of the our blueberry bush’s spring flowers.
Yesterday was the first day of spring, and it was warm! Wildflowers are sprouting up everywhere. I found this one growing beside on of our grapevines.
These tiny white plumb flowers made a good photo. We planted the tree last year, so it is still small. Maybe it will produce a few plumbs this year.
I photographed these flowers on a blooming tree in our backyard this morning. It was gorgeous.