Disclaimer - I'm an agronomist not a photographer!               

Buckeye tree. Horse chestnut. Whatever you call it
I think the blossoms are lovely.  The bees and
hummingbirds agree.

A late start to spring - 3/28/13
     Spring 2013 is FINALLY on its way!

    My gold finches showed up today!  5/6/13

May 6, 2013

March Thaw - 2013

#2 helping out on a Sunday afternoon in November.

A November sunset-2012
                                                                                                            A boy and his dog on the last
                                                                                                                day of summer vacation.

My boys - 2012

As much as I want to I cannot take credit for this pic. 
Nice picture Joe Murphy - 2012

My hostas are emerging and looking good (ie - the slug haven't attacked yet)!
  June 2012

Gary & Judy, Dad & Mom, Grandpa & Baboushka - it all depends
upon how you look at it! - August 2011

November Leaves
April Eggs
August Thunder Heads

June Robin Eggs

December Moon

March Sunset
September Soybeans

October Sunrise

Ice Storm Picture
February 2011
Poor Mr. River Birch, I hope you can pop back into shape after the ice melts.

#3 sons thinks these look like Dr. Seuss trees.

Caution - walking across the yard can be hazardous!

Looks like we will be picking up branches all spring!

More Dr. Seuss trees. 
These are 12 to 15 foot tall poplar trees that are also waitng for the ice to melt.
Five days after the icestorm and no melting in sight.

It looks like glass, it shatters like glass, AND it will take a lot
cleaning up like glass.