Ed Lehming Photography

“Before my eyes was a sea of white stars, bright yellow anthers, and deep green foliage. With the warming air, summer can’t be far off now” – Ed Lehming The image...

“I think I like spring the most. Everything is fresh and pristine, time and weather have not made their mark yet.” – Ed Lehming I believe this may be my final...

“The forest fills with fresh green growth, as the cycle of growth begins anew, and with it, the inevitable return of insects.” – Ed Lehming This image is now approaching a...

“Flowers bring to life even the dullest days” – Ed Lehming The first day of May, in the midst of pandemic lockdowns, and I am blessed with the beauty of a...

“It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke It’s spring, and finally mild enough that it feels like spring, the gardens,...

“Always something new and interesting. Nature offers so many exciting possibilities” – Ed Lehming It’s time for the next wave of spring blossoms to make an appearance. I’ve been watching the...

“One clear moment, one of trance One missed step, one perfect dance One missed shot, one and only chance Life is all…but one fleeting glance.” ― Sanober Khan Being literally surrounded by...

“Nature’s gifts are always fleeting. These moments must be savoured while we can, and then the moment is gone, leaving only fond memories and dreams for tomorrow.” – Ed Lehming Alas,...

“The simple gift of light is all the more precious when in the presence of its companion, darkness.” – Ed Lehming  This tulip blossom has provided me a few interesting images....

“What do we perceive when faced with something we don’t expect” – Ed Lehming This image, made very spontaneously over dinner a few nights ago, has held my attention since I...

“As the world opens to springtime, hunger is a constant.” – Ed Lehming All around me, the forest stirs to life, wildflowers open prompted by warmer days and sunshine and bees...

“There is something special about the first trillium of the year. As I walk the trails, I keep a keen eye open for this marvelous harbinger of spring, and when it...

“As Trilliums fill my view, I take a deep breath and say farewell to winter.” – Ed Lehming It’s that time at last. After a seemingly endless, cool spring, the first...

“All things change, it is inevitable, even the things that appear to be constants eventually pass into history. The cycles of time and nature cannot be stopped.” – Ed Lehming I’ve...

“Sometimes nature creates its own compositions, using what’s on hand, usually with wonderful results.” – Ed Lehming This is my second red trillium (wake-robin) photo, but I do like them so...

“For no particular reason, the purity of Bloodroot blossoms brings a smile to my face.” – Ed Lehming I have found myself returning to Bloodroot blossoms for as long as they...

“Be a Mother who is committed to loving her children into standing on higher ground than the environment surrounding them. Mothers are endowed with a love that is unlike any other...

“After a long winter, spring flowers offer much-needed cheer to our lives.” – Ed Lehming Honestly, I don’t get tired of these lovely spring blossoms and their variations. The hepatica I...

“The intricate details in nature are a thing to behold. The closer you look, the more wonderful those details become.” – Ed Lehming For me, trout lilies mean spring is in...

“Small and delicate does not infer weakness, there is tremendous resolve to flourish in even the most tender of things.” – Ed Lehming I’m always intrigued by scenes like this, delicate...

“Pink whispers softly of love” – Ed Lehming I realize that I have shifted my photographs from abstracts and forest paths but I’m finding that most of us are in desperate...

“In nature, all things come in their prescribed time. Nature delays deliberately, without explanation. In time, we see the reasons and they seem obvious.” – Ed Lehming I think my perspective...

“It’s often surprising that the seemingly delicate has unseen strength and resilience” – Ed Lehming Spring Beauties (Claytonia virginica) never cease to astound me. They are among the very first spring...

“It is hard to be defensive toward a danger which you have never imagined existed.” ― John Christopher It is indeed interesting watching this year’s spring emergence of wildflowers. Some, like the...

“Human spirit is the ability to face the uncertainty of the future with curiosity and optimism. It is the belief that problems can be solved, differences resolved. It is a type...

“As doom and gloom pervade our lives it’s difficult to feel freshness. Yet, nature shows us that just as one thing dies off, another appears. Our path need not be wearisome...

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”  ― Henry James Indeed, a bright, warm summer afternoon. Among my favourites, despite the...

“Flowers will always try, and look their best, no matter what the season or reason.”  ― Anthony T. Hincks Every spring I get to enjoy a gift from the past. My mother...

“Nature takes hold, in the smallest crack or hollow, filling them with life and laying the foundation for the next generation.” – Ed Lehming Among the solid stone of the Canadian...

“The deeper one looks into what appears simple, the more complex it really is. Even the very delicate and wispy structures show there is more to them than meets the casual...