A sign that Spring is finally here: the first crocus of the year blossoming in my yard in the town of Esopus.
A flower bed of tulips and daisies on display at the annual Garden Show at Adam’s Fairacre Farms in the Town of Ulster, NY.
A pink Gerbera Daisy on display at the annual Garden Show at Adam’s Fairacre Farms in the Town of Ulster, NY.
A white daffodil captured on a May morning during local photography club outing to Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring, NY.
A shot of a pink tree peony, which is a perennial, in full bloom on a May afternoon in Ulster Park, NY.
A few newly blossomed leaves on a tree that I discovered during a organized photo walk at the Nyquist-Harcourt Wildlife Sanctuary in New Paltz.
A trout lily, known also as erythronium americanum and a colony forming perennial, in bloom at the Nyquist-Harcourt Wildlife Sanctuary in New Paltz on a Spring evening.
A sure sign that Spring has finally arrived: a white crocus in full bloom at the edge of my driveway.
This photo of a water lily was taken at the garden fountain at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park, NY.
A garden trillium in full bloom on a Spring day. Trillium are a perennial flowering plant that are native to the temperate regions of North America and Asia.