One part of nature photography that I really do enjoy is finding, discovering, and observing the plants and vegetation that can be found in my travels. And of-course planting a flower garden is an exciting way of observing the local pollinators.
A photograph of a single stem of white Asters.
An autumn photograph of white trees with golden colored leaves.
Red and yellow Autumn leaves of a Beech Nut tree.
A photograph of Cattails, with pond water as a back drop.
A photograph of a orange Day Lily taken on a bright Summer day.
The tip of a Fern will soon unroll it’s leaves.
A black and white photograph of the rare Ghost Flower, also referred to as the Indian Pipe Flower.
A photograph of the rare Pink Lady-slipper.
A white, feathered seed gently rests on the edge of a leaf.
A photograph of a small, white wildflower in the grass.
A branch of white Magnolia flower blossoms.
A photograph of a Milkweed pod illuminated by the background of the Autumn colors.
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