In the picture below, I’m not so crazy about all of the branches in the top left of the picture… It kind of makes it look a little sloppy if you look at it closely. The beauty of the rest of the picture though, with the way the setting autumn sun shines on the colorful leaves, is enough to distract the eye from looking at the entangled, empty branches.
In this picture below, I made the saturation higher to give the picture that warm, autumn feel.
It’s pretty obvious that flowers are one of my main themes for posts right now 🙂 The spring season is short in New York, so I have to get it all in before the summer droughts and the fall and winter frosts set in. Spring and summer seem to go so fast here, but they are so beautiful. I’m so thankful to God for the beautiful changes in seasons here.
A white daffodil… so beautiful and pure 🙂
The orange color in these flowers was so vibrant. They stood out from everything else in the garden!
Today, I’m just posting some pictures of some tree blossoms I found in Central Park. I’ve made quite a few flower and blossom posts from Central Park… It’s just such a great place for photography. There are so many interesting things to take pictures of there all year long.
Tree blossoms are so rare, especially with New York’s recently crazy weather. It got unseasonably warm, so all of the blossoms came out. Then it got really cold and windy again, and many of the blossoms are gone now 😦 You have to make sure to really enjoy these temporary beauties in life.
This one above is my favorite. It’s so pure and beautiful.