Spring Flowers

It is Spring at last in New York City. Not a very warm one yet. I photographed some spring flowers in Central Park while waiting looking for early migrating birds. I managed to get a decent photo of a fast moving little Golden-crowned Kinglet.

Crocci, Central Park April 4, 2015
Crocci, Central Park April 4, 2015
Dwarf Iris, Central Park 4/5/2015
Dwarf Iris, Central Park 4/5/2015
Golden-crowned Kinglet, Central Park April 5, 2015
Golden-crowned Kinglet, Central Park April 5, 2015
Dwarf Iris Petals, Central Park April 5, 2015
Dwarf Iris Petals, Central Park April 5, 2015

8 thoughts on “Spring Flowers

  1. Jet Eliot 2015-04-09 / 3:48 pm

    Stunning crocus and I especially liked the golden crowned kinglet, not an easy bird to catch a photo of. 😀

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  2. Lee Gaywood 2015-04-10 / 1:06 am

    The Crocii flowers look like rich colourful lollies. Love the close up of the petals and colours, they could be taken anywhere in the world. I like the this aspect.
    The little bird, well its a good shot, I would like to see some of the bird shots with more drama of contrast.
    I know they are winter colours, the greys. I think you could be a little bolder in your contrasts of white, grey and black, or even some un natural colour, to make them really different.
    Just a thought.

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2015-04-10 / 7:55 am

      Capturing a kinglet is very hard, they don’t sit still for a second. We are having a late Spring. The kinglet’s colors match the colors around it. I was happy too see the little fellow. It is an early Spring migrant.

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  3. Martina 2015-05-16 / 9:43 am

    Amazing captures! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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