This is a top-down macro shot of one of the crocus plants that blooms yearly on the edge of my driveway that I took back in early April.
This long exposure photo is of the upper waterfall at The Blue Hole located within the Cherokee National Forest in Carter County, Elizabethton, TN.
This black & white photo is another long exposure shot from my trip to Kaaterskill Falls, a 2-stage 260 foot waterfall, on a chilly Spring morning in April.
The view of the Smoky Mountains from the Round Bald peak, an elevation of 5,826 feet, atop Roan Mountain in Tennessee.
Bastion Falls, a 71 foot waterfall, along the horseshoe turn on Route 23A in the Town of Hunter, New York on an early April morning.
A white crocus in full bloom on an April afternoon in Ulster Park.
A long exposure photo of Kaaterskill Falls, located between Haines Falls and Pallenville in the town of Hunter, on a chilly Spring morning in April.
A piece of driftwood washed up onto the shore of the Hudson River at Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
The crocus plants that bloom in my driveway, year in and year out, are always a sure sign that Spring is truly on its way.
Blue skies and new fallen snow covering the trees after a minor snow storm in early March in upstate New York.