A crocus plant, which is a perennial in the genus of flowering plants in the iris family, that blooms yearly at the end of my driveway.
Dawn breaking over the Hudson River on an April morning from the shores of Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
A sign that Spring is finally here: the first crocus of the year blossoming in my yard in the town of Esopus.
A 6 second long exposure photo of the small white water rapids that can be found upon on the Coxing Kill at Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY.
A photo that I captured of the low-running Peterskill while hiking along the Mossy Glen Trail at Minnewaska State Park Preserve in Gardiner, NY.
A 2.5 second long exposure of the Peters Kill as it flows away from the 60 foot tall Awosting Falls at Minnewaska State Park Preserve in Gardiner, 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.
Flowers blossoming on an ornamental peach tree on a Spring morning in the town of Esopus.