An erect bloom visually intersected with the diagonal lines of a fallen, decomposing tree. In a recent post of a different Lupine, I noted that nearly 35% of all known […]
According to the National Park service, About 26 of the 70 species of lupines in California can be found in Yosemite National Park. Harlequin lupine is the only lupine in […]
Where my fairies at?
Salt crystals trapped in the Badwater Basin are regrowing after record-breaking autumn rains.
It’s a little bit of Iceland in Albuquerque; aka Duke City. Poppies are a punch of color in early spring. They flutter in the wind and point skyward to the […]
Textures and shapes may receive more generous attention when given a Black and White treatment. This is my 5/6 installment from our 6th photo assignment. Sycamore trees produce a bristled […]
This is my third entry into our sixth photo assignment (see the original task here). The contrast between black and white is never more pronounced than when we look at […]
I can remember being a very small child taken several times to The Ware Collection of ‘Glass Flowers’ at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. These botanical models made quite […]