Tag Archives: Sunderland
Artistic license with the spelling. Dutchman’s Breeches-Dicentra cucullaria, growing near Gunn Ledges. Because of their hanging and tenuous grip on the stem these are hard to catch still. 1/6 sec at ISO 400 and f/11 captured them fairly sharp. … Continue reading
Near the waterfall I shared last week are ledges that offer several species of wildflowers to enjoy and photograph. Among the first is Early Small-flowered Saxifrage-Micranthes virginiensis. Small-flowered is accurate as the flowers are between a quarter and third of … Continue reading
Many of you know that Murphy Falls is my favorite spot for water photography. Until I first visited there in 2015, I think, Gunn Falls was my favorite and a shot of me standing in front of the lower falls … Continue reading
Quite often these Red Trillium flowers are more drooping than upright which can make shooting them a challenge. In this case the flower was fairly perpendicular to the earth which still required lying on the ground with the tripod legs … Continue reading
I am always happy to find these and this particular bunch makes a nice natural bouquet.
It’s always been Bloodroot to me, but when I checked out GoBotany it didn’t show up…these computers are so picky. So I searched the latin name…Sanguinaria canadensis, and discovered it now has a hyphen. There is a plant they list … Continue reading
I wasn’t expecting to find any open Red Columbine-Aquilegia canadensis blooms quite yet and most all that I saw were tight buds. But while photographing something else I noticed these tucked into a corner. Only the one was fully open … Continue reading
I am not sure how many TTs there will be, but at least one more when the painteds arrive in May. More time in the rain added some extra interest to these.
And on the leaves of this Wood Aster-Eurybia sp. I’ll figure out the species later this year when it grows a bit larger and has flowers. Too soon to tell, for me anyway. I was photographing a few things on … Continue reading
I visited the spot where I usually shoot these yesterday morning. I was hoping for some sign of early spring but nothing doing. It was cold, breezy, overcast, and threatening to rain at any moment. I guess you could say … Continue reading