Photographs by Frank

9 May 2022

(Re)Birth

Filed under: Monadnock Region,Spring,wildflowers — Tags: — Frank @ 9:45 PM

Spring is coming on rapidly… just like it does every year at this time!

The daffodils around the yard are in full bloom. We ate a few leaves of lettuce from the garden this evening. And… the trees are leafing out.

This afternoon I mounted the macro lens on my camera and went for a walk in the woods. The purple trillium have been out for some time as have the violets. Today was the first time this season I saw painted trillium in bloom.

NextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnail
Hobblebush Seedling
Hobblebush Seedling
Hobblebush Leaf (detail)
Hobblebush Leaf (detail)
Painted Trillium
Painted Trillium
Basswood Seedling
Basswood Seedling
Budding Out
Budding Out
Bud
Bud
Purple Trillium
Purple Trillium
Violets
Violets

3 Comments »

  1. Some of my favorites. Thanks.

    Comment by Pat Nelson — 10 May 2022 @ 12:38 AM

  2. Gorgeous. I love trillium

    Comment by mary jo kelly wilhelm — 10 May 2022 @ 10:46 AM

  3. Great detail throughout this set, Frank. You should travel with the macro more often (unless, of course, you needed a longer focal length)

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 11 May 2022 @ 6:47 AM

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL

Leave a comment

IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math (so we know that you are a human) :-)

What is 6 + 6 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:

Powered by WordPress