Spring Photo Print Collection
Take a walk with me through a path full of lovely greens, pinks, whites and purples. It’s a collection of spring plants and blooms I’ve “painted” with a Photoshop technique.
Below: “Spring Hosta” features an early hosta growing in my garden. The crumbs on its leaves fell from the trees above.
Below: Mayflower” A native, early blooming wildflower that grows near woodland streams and other moist areas.
Below: “Purple Flowers” I haven’t found out what these lovely spring flowers are named yet.
Below: “Unfurl” A young frond from an ostridge fern unfurls. Ostridge ferns are native to the moist woodlands of the mid-Atlantic states.
Below: “Skipper On Pink” A skipper drinks nectar from a bright pink spring flower.
Below: “Snow Trillium” Among the largest trilliums, this distinctive wildflower thrives in moist woodlands.
Below: “Yellow Lady Slipper” An extremely rare native wildflower in the orchid family.
Below: “Star Chickweed” This dainty white flower is another pretty native wildflower that blooms in spring.
Below: “Spring Maple Canopy” The leaves in spring are so pretty and green.
Below: “Early Iris” Although not a wildflower, they are lovely!
Below: “Yellow Trillium” Another wildflower with lovely leaves.
Below: “String of Hearts” This photo of bleeding hearts was taken in my garden.
I hope you enjoyed your walk through this spring garden. These and other photo prints are available for sale at my online photo store at: http://www.shutterfly.com/pro/annefreemanimages/AnneFreemanImagesPhotoStore