Aug 21, 2011

Long Island Beach Day

Long Island Beach Day

Aug 20, 2011

Rear View Mirror Sunrise

Rear View Mirror Sunrise

Jul 22, 2011

Yellow Rose Center


Yellow Rose Center.


Jun 15, 2011

Flowers Grow In Brooklyn

Jun 14, 2011

Washington Avenue Mural

Jun 6, 2011

Crazy Man Uses Chain Saw

Jun 5, 2011

True Blue Hyacinth

Jun 4, 2011

Pink Hyacinth

May 30, 2011

Yellow Tulip, After The Rain

May 27, 2011

Yellow Tulip Arrives On Easter Day

May 26, 2011

A Cascade of Snow Fountain Cherries

May 22, 2011

Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry Tree

May 20, 2011

Portrait Of A Mute Swam

May 18, 2011

Reflections Of A Mute Swan

May 17, 2011

Red Buds In Spring Light

May 15, 2011

Weird Bark

Weird Bark. I saw this bark and thought it looked quite unusal. Parts of this small tree have thick pieces of bark while the rest of the tree is pretty much thin. I took this picture because of the lovely curve that the bark makes, creating a sense of movement. April 2011

May 2, 2011

Budding Japanese Maple Tree

Budding Japanese Maple Tree. I saw these interesting little buds growing and thought they belonged to a flowering tree. Their bud's colors are almost a dark pink to red but instead I have discovered -as they grow a little more each day- that this is a Japanese Maple Tree. A refreshing additon to the garden especially after a long terrible white winter. Wonderful to see the various colors nature displays during Spring. Species name: Acer Palmatum. April 2011

Apr 28, 2011

Ladylike Tree


Ladylike Tree. If you look at this tree long enough, you will notice the similarities to a woman's body. I see the hip, curves and arms. I can not help but think that this is a sensual tree connecting her energy to that of the universe. April 2011

Apr 25, 2011

Jane Magnolia Maze

Jane Magnolia Maze. These pink magnolias can be seen all over Long Island. I love the way they create a maze of branches and flowers. April 2011

Apr 23, 2011

Magnolias Adorn The Sky

Magnolias Adorn The Sky. Amazing how many beautiful pictures one can capture from a single magnolia tree. April 2011