Ringing in the Bluebells

Today’s post features one of my favorite, springtime woodland wildflowers … the Virginia Bluebells. While hiking at a new location I discovered last week, Burnt Mill Cave Conservation Area (in the Missouri Ozarks), I came upon my first Bluebell plants of the year. Although no bells were formed yet, they are certainly are on their […]

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30 Days and Counting!

Been watching my calendar closely lately … it won’t be long until Missouri’s spring woodland wildflowers are blooming! In fact, 30 days from today is when I began photographing the woodland wildflowers last year. Today’s image was captured during my 2015 pre-workshop scouting trips. This Bluebell wildflower with buds showing is making me anxious to […]

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Monday Morning Blues? Me, too!

Bluebells, that is. Saturday I conducted an in-the-field woodland wildflower photography workshop. As it turned out, a lot of interested people had other commitments, so the workshop was essentially a “private lesson” with one attendee! But that was ok, easier on the instructor and more time for individualized instruction. It also allowed me some photography […]

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