Beautiful wild flower right after it rained I spotted on the edge of the woods.
Spotted this guy while cutting the lawn.
A close up of Pyracantha fruit.
Part of the trail at the Tucquan Glen Nature Reserve.
Took this picture on a late fall day when the balloon was about to make a landing.
Took a break during my run to admire the view.
Spring flowers on Aristocrat Pear.
One of the first signs of Spring.
I had to unstrap out of my snowboard and walk out of these gnarly glades!
This massive specimen resides at a Hershey, PA property near Hershey Park and Chocolate World. I love the bark of this tree, it reminds me of an elephant's skin.
I love the color this evergreen provides to the landscape during the winter months.
I was lucky enough to come across a row of raspberry bushes that were ripe for the picking. They are truly a delicious treat while taking a hike.
Caught this guy posing for me! I must say he was wonderful to work with!
Close up of a blooming White Dogwood tree.
This plant reminds me of Cousin Itt from the Adams Family.
Taken at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA, these Gray-leaved Euryops belong to the Daisy Family and originate from South Africa.
Cornus florida dogwood in full bloom. The color of this Dogwood tree flower is spectacular.
This sunflower garden decoration is a great addition to this landscape.
The cyme of this Cornus kousa dogwood tree is beautifully illuminated by the sunlight.
This Liriodendron tulipifera specimen belong to the Magnolia family of trees. On display are the blooming flowers, with the leaf and trunk in the back ground.
A sunflower field has a tendency to just automatically put a smile on your face.
Dahlia garden in full bloom.
"There are as many styles of beauty as there are visions of happiness" - Unknown
The Black Pearl Orchid on display at Longwood Gardens. This orchid is a hybrid cross between three different orchid genera; Catasetum, Clowesia and Mormodes.
These genus of plants commonly known as living stones is native to South Africa where they grow among rocks and pebbles that mimic their appearance. This defense mechanism allows them to go undetected from grazing animals that love the moisture these succulents retain.
A perennial succulent, the Woolly Senecio is a beautiful architectural plant comprised of cylindrical leaves that are covered with tiny fuzzy hairs, hence the name.
The Acacia passage at Longwood Gardens during the Chrysanthemum Festival.
I saw this beautiful sunset on the way home from my Edible plants class.
The art of bonsai requires certain special tools to maintain and form these miniature specimens.
Sunrise over farmlands of Lancaster county, PA.
Nightscape at Longwood Gardens
East Walk at Longwood Gardens
Epigeal germination of Garlic Chives( Allium tubersoum)
Mediterranean Garden at Longwood Gardens with Kniphofia blooming in the background.
Silver Garden display during the Mum Festival.
Just a small portion of the Doe Run Estate