These big, shiny droplets of dew made the blades of grass in this photo looked beautiful. Since we have our garden planted in wooden raised beds, grass is continually growing up the sides trying to get to the soft dirt inside. That’s what these intruders where doing when I photographed them.
I think we’ve finally got our garden up and going. This year, we plan to plant lots of flowers. They are so beautiful and take less work than vegetables. The marigolds in the photo above aren’t very big yet, but there’re already gorgeous. I photographed them at several different angles, but I thought this ground level shot looked best.
This tiny purple wildflower is just one of the many sprouting up in the woods now. It made a nice portrait.
Some of the bark on one of our older apple trees is covered with tree fungus. The apple tree was here when we moved into this house, so I have no way of knowing exactly how old it is. It still produces yummy apples though.
I found this bark pattern on our flower and cherry tree yesterday. After taking several shots, I managed to create a nice photo.
I found these little berries growing on our Mahonia shrub yesterday. They made a handsome portrait.