A macro look at some even tinier visitors to my yard!
There's more to spring beauty than meets the eye. A quick post about one of the most successful wildflowers.
The winner in the first to bloom race is hepatica! One of my favorite wildflowers captured in my own yard.
Newly fallen leaves make for great subjects in the autumn. And luckily you don't have to go farther than your backyard!
In what will probably be my last New Hampshire wildflower season I find a rare beauty I've never shot in the wild.
So this isn't a wildflower, but I'm going to put it in my Elusive Wildflowers category because it's got to go somewhere. There is also some irony in this little story, too, and that's always fun. As I said in my last post, this will most likely be my final spring in New Hampshire. When... Continue Reading →