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In May and June, Cornell University's Botanic Garden is ablaze of blooming Rhododendron and Azalea. Blooms of white, pink, yellow and red cover the... more
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In May and June, Cornell University's Botanic Garden is ablaze of blooming Rhododendron and Azalea. Blooms of white, pink, yellow and red cover the knoll creating a magical garden stroll. Ferns and towering pine trees create a perfect backdrop. It is a sight not to be missed when visiting Ithaca, NY and Cornell University. This image will look beautiful on your walls, and also is perfect for throw pillows and other available gift items.
I have long enjoyed traveling with my husband across the United States to photograph and enjoy wildlife and nature. A retired elementary school teacher, I hold a masters degree in Arts Integration. My retirement from teaching means more time to spend photographing the wildlife and landscapes of the Rocky Mountains and the American West. Sharing the stories of the wild mustangs of the west is a particular passion of mine. To spend time photographing wild horses is a dream come true. I have been published in several Colorado magazines, including Colorado Outdoors Magazine's annual Photography Issue for the past 4 years and Colorado Serenity Magazine in several issues. In addition, I have been awarded Top 250 in Denver Audubon's...
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