Tag: magnolia

Man of few words

That’s me. Tonight at least. I shall resume later. For now a pretty picture.

Cemeteries don’t have to look morbid

I take a lot of photos in cemeteries. Besides the fact that the local cemetery is the nicest place in town, landscape wise, certainly nicer than the park, I like visiting it for all of the textures and history. When I travel I actually seek out old cemeteries, the older the better. And although I am a fan of the…

On a windy spring day (get ready for more)

Well spring is finally poking its head out around here. I think it is more than welcome by most in this area after the way too long winter. Of course one of the first signs of spring, besides the robins which I think hang around all year anyway, are the blossoms on the trees. Since the spring blossom season is…

I forgot about this one

I was talking about taking the tulip photos in the last post and I forgot that I also shot some magnolia blossoms. I think they are my favorite spring blossom, mainly because they are so huge and I like the way that the petals fall in different directions. From a photographic standpoint you can get a nice variety of blossoms…

365-103 There may be more

I may go overboard on some flower shots this spring because the winter felt so drab. For fans of my grunge work, don’t worry, I’ll return to it soon ;-). There will be plenty of grungy and gritty subjects to shoot in the future but I want to take a break and show a little beauty while it’s all to…