Madison Indiana Photography

“Spring Has Sprung in Madison Indiana”


Finally after a long cold winter spring is finally gracing us with it’s presence. Have not been blogging much lately, the long winter and work have kept me from posting or visiting other blogs, I always say I am going to to try to do better in that regard but always seem to come up short, so once again I will try too do better now !!

I have been able to go out and get some wildflower shots this past week, the hills and canyons that surround my hometown of Madison are bursting with vibrant colors and it looks to be a great flower season this year. My only disappointment so far has been with the Bloodroot which have had spotted and falling petals which has diminished the beauty of this little early wildflower.

The Hepatica, Spring Beauties  and Rue Anemone have all been quite plentiful this year along with an abundance of Virginia Bluebells  has got me hiking the deeply shadowed gorges and cliff lines in search of the perfect specimens to fill my card with.  It has been a little cold and windy but so far the weather hasn’t put too much of a damper on my excursions into the woods.

I think I will try and post an image every day or so just to give you an idea of the beauty that surrounds my area, I will start with this closeup of a Virginia Bluebell that I shot at Clifty Falls State Park yesterday morning, like I said earlier this year seems to have an abundance of Bluebells more than I have seen in years past, I shot this with a Macro Lens so I could show you the intricate details and color in this flower.

As the week and season progresses I will share more of my images with you and hopefully be able to fully illustrate the beauty that can be found close to home along with the wonderful scenes that you can witnesses on a short hike or drive from your own home. I hope you enjoy my images and I hope you have a great day as well !!

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April 1, 2009 - Posted by | art, bluebells, Clifty Falls, dutchman's breeches, flower photography, flowers, hiking, indiana wildflowers, macro, macro photography, Madison Indiana, nature, nature photography, photography, random, state parks, thoughts, virginia bluebells, West Street Art Center, wildflowers

25 Comments »

  1. That is a gorgeous flower, and I am so envious of you because you get to see flowers. I’m from Northern Minnesota and it snowed again yesterday. Could I link to this blog a blog of mine to make my fellow Minnesotan bloggers as envious as me?

    Helen

    Comment by hhansen88 | April 1, 2009 | Reply

  2. No problem Helen, but just remember when our flowers are done you will be getting yours, so maybe you can share some with me then !!

    Comment by Bernie Kasper | April 1, 2009 | Reply

  3. You have wildflowers!!! I hope you are able to post them frequently. I am so in need of color, and Wisconsin seems to be hanging on to it’s brown (mixed with the white of snow) longer than necessary.

    Gorgeous blues in this one!

    Comment by Bo | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  4. wow Bernie, beautiful colors, and framing!

    Comment by ankush | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  5. Thanks guys, I definitely will posting quite a few Bo !!

    Comment by Bernie Kasper | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  6. […] thought I should share this link with you guys so you could see a flower that is growing outside instead of inside.  The flower in […]

    Pingback by Spring Somewhere Else « Weblogs and Wikis Daybook | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  7. Awesome shot! Where in the park can you find these beautiful flowers?

    Comment by Nutty Birder | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  8. I shot these on the trail right below the inn where the overlook tower of the Ohio River is, the trail I believe is trail two and it leads down too the creek and these flowers are along the trail.

    Comment by Bernie Kasper | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  9. Thanks Bernie. I will have to be sure to get over there and take a look soon!

    Comment by Nutty Birder | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  10. That’s a great photo, Bernie! I can hardly wait until our bluebells start, but that’s at least another month.

    Comment by montucky | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  11. Very cool Bernie. Are these flowers carpeting the forest or just randomly strewn across the place?

    Comment by Richard Wong | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  12. just 3 colors makes this superb photo. excellent work. well done

    Comment by vaggelis vlahos | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  13. What a beautiful flower. Don’t think I’ve seen any of these around here. They are lovely.

    Comment by davidlind | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  14. Richard you usually find these in large patches blanketing hillsides and forest floors.

    Comment by Bernie Kasper | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  15. beautiful close up with precious colors.

    Comment by CushmoK | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  16. Wow…I’m absolutely in love with that photo! Sorry about the bloodroot–that IS such a lovely flower (when in good condition.)

    Comment by Lana | April 2, 2009 | Reply

  17. Wow! Killer colors, Bernie!

    Comment by The Right Blue | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  18. Ooh, love the contrasting color & shape of the buds & blooms!

    Comment by Adam R. Paul | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  19. Love the colors here, Bernie. Very pretty image. Can’t wait for more than Daffodils and Grape Hyacinths here in PA.

    Comment by edvatza | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  20. one of my favorite wilflowers coach, and a wonderful image. Not much is blooming up here yet, but I hope to see all that you mention very soon. Spring is such a great season!

    Comment by Cindy | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  21. Wow what a gorgeous shot! The beauty of your photography really shows in this picture. Absolutely beautiful!

    Comment by RecycleCindy | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  22. Beautiful flowers !

    Lovely to see the beauty of Spring in Madison Indiana ! and more beautiful flowers too !

    JH
    http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv

    Comment by JH | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  23. There is a lot of pent up demand for this stuff after such a long winter 🙂

    Comment by Mark | April 3, 2009 | Reply

  24. So beautiful. Artistic capture in deed

    Spring time is always a great opportunity for photography

    Comment by roentarre | April 5, 2009 | Reply

  25. Incredibly beautiful. I feel that you are great at capturing a quietness in your photos that invites contemplation.

    Comment by Artist Boyd Greene | April 23, 2009 | Reply


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