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The Beginnings of Spring Flowers

The Beginnings of Spring Flowers
Spring is finally in full force this year and so are the gorgeous flowers.  The tulips, daffodils, and fruit trees are all blooming strong.  It was time for me to capture some of the fresh beauty to behold.  When I get to work, you get to enjoy the results.

I've been waiting impatiently for the flowers to emerge.  I missed a couple of the early ones this year so, when the second round of blooms arrived, I made a point of getting out my camera and starting in on the photos.

I've been wanting to get an artistic photo of a cherry blossom for the past couple of years.  The cherry tree we have has only produced a handful of flowers which I wasn't successful at capturing.  I kept an eye out the window for just the right time this year so I would not miss the tiny window of opportunity.

Cramer Imaging's professional quality nature photograph of two white cherry blossoms on a branch in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho

Thankfully, the flowers emerged on a portion of tree where I could get a great shot complete with a great background.  I really liked the setup with the large and thick branch contrasting the slender and delicate twig and flowers.

Once I had the cherry blossoms, I started trying some of the other flowers in the garden.  The other photograph which ended up working out was some tulips just beginning to bloom.

Cramer Imaging's professional quality nature photograph of four purple tulip flowers with green leaves in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho

I love the contrasting pink and green of these flowers.  Perhaps that's why I keep going back to the same flower bed year after year looking for another amazing picture.  This particular shot worked out wonderfully because it's bathed in warm light.

As spring continues, so will the flower photos continue to unroll here at Cramer Imaging.  Keep tuning back to see what we have next.