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Found this little fellow unfurling amongst tulips.

 

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this is from a few weeks ago on a last-minute escape to great barrington, massachusetts -- though this was taken while driving back through new york, somewhere near the border, in what i think was taghanik state park.

 

i need to add here that i am hopelessly remiss in checking out other folks' fabulous photos, as work/life etc. has gotten crazybusy, with time to post an odd pic here and there, but not much more... :-(

 

but i promise i will come 'round as soon as i can. it may be a few more days, tho. please bear with me...

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A young spring fern encased in ice. I love the little things that show the overlap of seasons.

 

This is another from my meditative moment at the waterfall on Sunday (see yesterday's photo).

A pleasant afternoon strolling around a local woodland in search of the sun's rays through the trees.

 

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The various colored caladiums stand out along with the Spider Plant, Boston Ferns and Elephant Ears in our part of the yard I call "Paradise" ~

 

Caladium

 

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Caladium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae. They are often known by the common name elephant ear (which they share with the closely related genera Alocasia, Colocasia, and Xanthosoma), Heart of Jesus, and Angel Wings. There are over 1000 named cultivars of Caladium bicolor from the original South American plant.

 

Several species are grown as ornamental plants for their large, arrowhead-shaped leaves marked in varying patterns in white, pink, and red (somewhat resembling the unrelated coleus) and have been in cultivation in Europe since the late 18th century.

 

Heather, ferns, heather and sky.. :-)

Gapstow Bridge is one of the icons of Central Park, Manhattan in New York City. The simple stone structure was designed by Howard & Caudwell in 1896.

 

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Yesterday evening we popped out for a brief exploration around Rosedale and Farndale... two places I'd somehow never been before. After spending an hour or so looking around the East Mines in Rosedale, we intended to pop up onto Blakey Ridge only to find the road was closed, so had to take the longer route around.

 

I'd seen some crags on the map on the western edge of the ridge which seemed more popular with climbers than photographers and wanted to check it out for sunset. Once parked up, we headed down towards them and managed to find ourselves very lost in a maze of ferns, thistles and streams... eating up precious time as the sun headed towards the horizon. By the time we'd followed numerous animal tracks through all the mess and finally managed to reach some nice rocks... this was the first snap I took. No time to look around, just shoot what you see. At least we made it though!

 

Spring at full blast in Ithaca, NY.. it might look like paradise, but it was hell to find this spot, and shoot it.. of course, it was a zenlike hell :D

  

Es un detalle de la escultura de Dale Chihuli: "Fern Green Tower" en el Corning Museum of Glass (New York, USA). 04-08-2003.

I don't know what this plant is called, but it's such an intricate and beautiful leaf!

 

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The plant world before seeds. You can see the spores on the end of the leaves in this specimen.

Old Dan’s Rock Road Midland, Maryland ‎May ‎29, ‎2017

I like the little flash of red and the light on the ferns.. it's always a pretty place is Thomason Foss.

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Schunemunk State Park, Cornwall, NY. May 21, 2017

In the shade of the forest in Van Cortlandt Park on an August day, a view that seemed much less warm than the day it was taken.

This is my New York BTS - Photo by Dave Katz

Auf Ellis Island war die Immigrationsstelle New Yorks - alle Zuwanderer mussten über diese Insel. Die Skyline New Yorks so nah und doch so fern.

Chenango Valley State Park

Clock with state seal in New York State Capitol. Albany, NY.

Richardson Clock

The Great Western Staircase is one of the Capitol’s most impressive features. Its stair well measures approximately 77 by 70 feet, and is 119 feet in height. Yet, it is also graceful and intricate, and a paradise of stone carving. Known in Albany as the Million Dollar Staircase, it was designed by H. H. Richardson, but transformed into an elaborately carved work of art by Isaac Perry. Governor Grover Cleveland called Perry out of retirement to become Commissioner of the Capitol in 1883. He was the last architect to work on the building and his involvement resulted in a dramatic increase in stone carving. At times he employed hundreds of stone carvers and cutters, paying them five dollars for a ten-hour day – twice the wage of a common laborer. The majority of the carvers were from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

minnewaska state park, june 2014

Clock with state seal in New York State Capitol. Albany, NY.

Richardson Clock

The Great Western Staircase is one of the Capitol’s most impressive features. Its stair well measures approximately 77 by 70 feet, and is 119 feet in height. Yet, it is also graceful and intricate, and a paradise of stone carving. Known in Albany as the Million Dollar Staircase, it was designed by H. H. Richardson, but transformed into an elaborately carved work of art by Isaac Perry. Governor Grover Cleveland called Perry out of retirement to become Commissioner of the Capitol in 1883. He was the last architect to work on the building and his involvement resulted in a dramatic increase in stone carving. At times he employed hundreds of stone carvers and cutters, paying them five dollars for a ten-hour day – twice the wage of a common laborer. The majority of the carvers were from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Chenango Valley State Park

Photo taken during the NYBG orchid show

Not just the dominant overstory trees but also the understory changes as you go from Rich Cove to Northern Hardwood Forest. Whereas there weren't that many ferns in the Rich Cove sections of the trail, this section was covered in New York Fern (Thelypteris noveboracensis).

This must be a nice sight right now for us in the northern hemisphere completely inundated with the throes of summer. When this was taken, though, it was well into spring, hence the fern sprouting out of the rock. Winter clings often very late here in New York. But this was rare. :copyright: 2011-Current.

Chenango Valley State Park

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