We’ve had a wonderful spring so far. Plenty of soft rains (and occasional monsoon downpours), gentle breezes (with a slight chance of tornadoes), and lots of sunshine (frequently covered up by thick clouds). All-in-all a typical Ohio springtime. The best part of the spring is the wealth of flowering trees, bushes, shrubs, and bulbs.
This year our dogwood tree came out with tons of blooms. When we planted it, I chose a red flower instead of the traditional white flower, just to have some different color on that side of the house. Right now, we have lot of pinks blossoms blowing in the breeze. The tree itself is not very big and grows slowly, so I’m hoping for years of blossoms each spring.
This image was a fun one to capture. The breeze was blowing and the flower kept waving in the breeze. I’m trying out my new macro lens to get closer and more detail.