Showing posts with label bloom. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bloom. Show all posts

Monday, April 17, 2017

Baby Magnolia ...



“All art is but imitation of nature.”
                      ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca
                                       ~ 4 B.C.- 66 A.D.
Like awakening from a dream, the first breaking bud on my favorite magnolia tree at Trexler Memorial Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania springs to life on an April evening.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Walking In Bluebells ...



“The bluebell is the sweetest flower
That waves in summer air
Its blossoms have the mightiest power
To soothe my spirits care.”
               ~ “The Bluebell”
                      ~ Emily Bronte
                            ~ 1818-1848
                           ~ published 1846

This little girl walks among the beguiling bluebells blooming in early April near the banks of the Swabia Creek at Lock Ridge Park and Furnace Museum, Alburtis, Pennsylvania in this candid capture.

The blooming of the multitude of Lock Ridge bluebells – also called grape hyacinth – is a clarion call of spring in the Lehigh Valley, drawing many people to photograph and glimpse their beauty in the span of the few weeks they bloom.

Lock Ridge Park is a park built around an historic iron ore blast furnace just outside Alburtis, Pennsylvania in the Lehigh Valley. The park preserves portions of the former Lock Ridge Iron Works, which dates back to 1868.  The 59-acre park was opened in August 1976.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Where The Bluebells Bloom ...




"Sacred watcher, wave thy bells!
Fair hill flower and woodland child!
Dear to me in deep green dells -
Dearest on the mountains wild."
                        ~ Emily Bronte
                                 ~ 1818-1848
                              ~ "To The Bluebell"

This little girl twirls among the beguiling bluebells blooming in early April near the banks of the Swabia Creek at Lock Ridge Park and Furnace Museum, Alburtis, Pennsylvania in this candid capture.


The blooming of the multitude of Lock Ridge bluebells – also called grape hyacinth – is a clarion call of spring in the Lehigh Valley, drawing many people to photograph and glimpse their beauty in the span of the few weeks they bloom.

Lock Ridge Park is a park built around an historic iron ore blast furnace just outside Alburtis, Pennsylvania in the Lehigh Valley. The park preserves portions of the former Lock Ridge Iron Works, which dates back to 1868.  The 59-acre park was opened in August 1976.