03.28.2021 Silent Sunday-Coming Attraction

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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27 Responses to 03.28.2021 Silent Sunday-Coming Attraction

  1. shoreacres says:

    Getting eager, are you? As pretty as this is, I can imagine you’re eager to find this year’s flowers, and get busy with that camera of yours. I like the water droplet here, and the tinge of yellow that brightens the flower.

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    • Yes, ma’am. You’ve got me pegged. I keep looking at my mayflower plant to see if the buds are expanding. Not quite yet. But it’ll be soon and you’ll see it here first. Promise.

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  2. Ann Mackay says:

    Elegantly beautiful! 🙂

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  3. I’m guessing the wake comes from the fact that the plants are waking up in the early spring. Maybe that coincides with the appearance of robins.

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  4. Very Nice Steve! Great image!

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  5. Peter Klopp says:

    The flower with its white petals stands out from the dark green background. The photo appears to have a 3D effect. Well done, Steve!

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  6. I’ve been seeing a few robins since February, along the river, so the wake robins can’t be far behind. That’s a beautiful specimen in your shot. Always one of my favorites, looking forward to this.

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    • We’ve had a bunch of robins as well. I generally start to see some sign of red trillium life about now and occasionally even a bud or two. MY assignment for this weekend. The ones I see mostly are the reds of this species but this one time got lucky with a white variant.

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  7. What an interesting flower, is it a kind of trillium? The water drops are nicely captured too.

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  8. Judith says:

    I love this time of year when nature is waking up from winter. I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful photography.

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  9. Oh, a beautiful Trillium. Had to look and it doesn’t look like we have them here.

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  10. Jane Lurie says:

    What a standout, Steve. Beautifully shot with its rich colors and composition and the way it’s nestled in the leaves.

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    • Thanks, Jane! Besides being lucky to find this white variant, it was also lucky to be able to get a full on shot as often they droop. Getting down there is still easy enough, it’s the getting up part that’s not so easy. 🙂

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  11. krikitarts says:

    Super-sweet trillium portrait.

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