I found this tree fungus growing on one of our dog wood trees. It blended in with the bark well, considering how much this type of fungus stands out on other varieties of trees.
The sun was shining on the bark of this cherry tree when I photographed it yesterday morning. The light coming in created a cool effect. It almost looks like a rainforest!
This tiny apple is just beginning to ripen. You can see a little touch of red on the top. I photographed this one on one of our smaller apple trees we planted a couple of years back. It takes new trees a while to start producing. Hopefully we’ll have a crop this year.
Our Red-Tip’s (also called Photinia,) beautiful red leaves and tiny white flowers are always sure to brighten up our yard. I photographed these gorgeous leaves yesterday.
This fungus grows on the majority of the trees in our yard. It made a good photograph.
I captured this beautiful yellow butterfly fluttering around the blooming flower and cherry tree in our back yard.
Beside the green and healthy fig leaves, you can see a tiny, baby fig that will be ready to eat in a few months.
By experimenting with different angels, I managed to make this Pine look higher than it really was!