Late winter sun melts the snow-load on my tractor shed roof
Ice melt on my tractor shed roof
Warm spring sun versus winter's cold
Upper Hudson Break-up
Winter's end near North Creek, NY. This is the Hudson River.
Warm spring sunshine on a frozen Hudson River
One of the beauties of our northern woods
Combining my work with the wonderful poetry of Becky Harblin.
This is also available without the poem. Please contact me: WizenedEye@gmail.com
Two Great Blue Heron nests on a spring evening
A view of the spring moon behind a heron's nest
Kids' favorite month!
Tiny yellow violets on the forest floor
Coltsfoot emerges in early spring, cheerful but toxic
Cowslips are also called Marsh Marigold. Before they bloom, and with a lot of rinsing and boiling, the greens may be eaten.
A small shoot imitates a tall tree
Spring Beauty is one of the earliest wildflowers in the St. Lawrence valley, tiny and beautiful
A Trout Lily blooms only once in seven years.
A yellow birch growing over an old tannery wall in Colton, NY
Blossoms on a wild apple tree
Fiddlehead Ferns emerging in springtime
Spring warmth caused so much evaporation that a cloud hung over the St. Lawrence Valley
Spring sun has warmed the rock, melting back the winter's ice
Wild Apple Blossoms
White Trillium Soloist
Pink-varigated White Trillium
Pretty , and more plentiful than it's red sister
Jack Up Close
Also called Marsh Marigold, edible if properly and carefully prepared
Flowered Bellwort 2
Flowered Bellwort 1
Long Lake in Early Spring