Posts Tagged flower

Three Shades of Cauliflower

As adults, we tend to think of our personalities as fixed.

Market Snapshots: The First of December

It's an unfortunate reality that by December, many farmers' markets are shut for the season.

A Lucky Day

I didn’t know it at the time, but the day I took photos of our blooming sunflower turned out to be the only day the sunflower looked healthy and strong.

Ladd's Roses

Like many cities, Portland contains numerous neighborhoods.

One Block Radius

We've been in Portland for 10 days and it's rained 8 of those days.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family and friends.

Spot Metering at The Brooklyn Botanic Garden

For the past year I've relied almost entirely on matrix metering, with the occasional spot metering thrown in when I'm shooting food at home.

The High Line Part 2

The High Line is one of my favorite places in all of Manhattan.

Let it Rain

Portland is surrounded by mountains and bordered by the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.

In a week

We picked up these vibrant tulips last weekend at the Greenmarket.


I had planned this post for tomorrow, but today's weather makes it a necessity.

Market Snapshots

This market was blooming with flowers...and not much else.

Fake Spring? I’ll Take it!

A few weeks ago I read that artist Will Ryman had created giant metal roses to line 10 blocks of Park Avenue.

Scenes from the Dalmatian Coast: Lush Vegetation

I'm dedicating several of my next posts to pictures from our recent trip to the Dalmatian coast of Croatia.

Decorative Onions?

For the past few weeks, flowers resembling fuzzy orbs have been popping up everywhere.

Spring at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Flowering Dogwood

This particular Dogwood tree outside of our apartment was a blink or you'll miss it situation.

Wishing Away the Cold…

This past week of warm weather has me completely spoiled.

Koons' Balloon Flower

I knew that pop artist Jeff Koons had recently displayed some of his work on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but being a New York 'newbie', I was unaware that this was out for all to see (since 2006, actually).