Saturday, June 8, 2013

There's so much more to it.

We paid a visit to the Catskills last week. While walking along the fields and streams we were given the opportunity to see nature putting on a color show. The flowers of late spring are absolutely beautiful. I hope you will enjoy.















20 comments:

  1. beautiful! all shapes and colors!

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    1. TexWisGirl,
      Thanks.
      At one point I couldn't make up my mind on what to photograph next.

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  2. outstanding photos!!! And yes there is more to see when we are out there. Thanks for the pics

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    1. joe,
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      Yes there is. I hope most will take notice.

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  3. Hi Alan!

    Lovely photos! This is my favorite time of the year. Everything starts to bloom. Just wonderful! One might just sit down with the fly rod and gaze at the lovely things sorrounding the area. It isn't just all about fishing.

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    1. The Jassid Man,
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      Spring and Autumn are the best time to be outdoors.

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  4. Alan
    Your camera work in outstanding--all the images looks like they should be framed. thanks for sharing

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    1. Bill Trussell,
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      Bill the camera work is easy especially when mother nature provides those beautiful subjects.

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  5. Very nice. Thanks for the tour Alan.

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    1. Mark Kautz,
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      Your very welcome Mark.

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  6. Great pics buddy.
    I need to get back up there again.

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    1. Apache Trout,
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      John, I'd like to put together a trip we small stream guys could take.
      Leave here at 2AM get there and fish all day, leave after the evening hatch.

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  7. Alan, I think you should conduct an online photography class. You certain have some of the most vivid, perfectly focused photographs I've seen anywhere.

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    1. Howard,
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      Your very kind Howard, but the praise gos to mom nature.

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  8. Joy can come in many forms...you certainly found some of them with this post. My favorite is the Mt Laurel (third from the top). It always reminds me of June in my beloved Shawangunks in the Hudson Valley.

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    1. Kiwi,
      Thanks.
      Mountain Laurel is a fave of mine also. It has really popped out in the last few days.

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  9. That is a beautiful tree flower. Do you happen to know if that is some sort of cherry blossom? Great photos!

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    1. Casey,
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      I'm not certain which photo you speak of. But one is Mountain Laurel, and the other I'm not familiar with. It grow streamside on a thorny bush. Perhaps someone will identify it.

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  10. Can't beat those wildflowers..nice shots

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    1. penbayman,
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      With you on the wildflowers.

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