A chipmunk (Tamias striatus) by Twin Lakes – Photo by Patricia Gonzalez
A pair of Hooded Mergansers (Lophodytes cucullatus) on the Bronx River – Photo by Patricia Gonzalez
Robert Llewellyn’s photography is high-tech, but nature-focused. He shows us what we can’t see with the naked eye, but is all around us.
Normally, when a photographer takes a photo with a macro lens, only a small portion of the image is in focus.
Llewellyn’s process solves that problem using a motorized, computer-controlled camera to change focus points and reveal every part of the plant he’s photographing, down to tiny hairs, bits of pollen, and the texture of fine, opaque petals.
Fifty exposures later, the images are stitched together in computer software.
Perhaps best known for her brilliant street photography, photographer Valérie Jardin has a remarkable talent for capturing light and using it to tell a story.
Worldwide, her speaking engagements sell out quickly, but there are still seats available in her October 26 lecture here at the Garden, where we offer a number of photography classes. We sat down with Ms. Jardin to learn more about her techniques, her passions, and her plans for her upcoming presentation.
The way Chinese witch hazel braves the cold is an inspiration to us all.
Hamamellis mollis in the Home Gardening Center – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
The Mitsubishi Wetland Trail is one of a handful of places on grounds that is getting a head start on displaying its fall colors. Check our Fall Foliage Tracker to catch when peak color will arrive at NYBG!
On the Mitsubishi Wetland Trail next to the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Kiku is best enjoyed in the morning light, when the chrysanthemums and bamboo are glowing.
In the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
This macro shot brings out the color of a night sky just after the sun sets in the cup of this Japanese gentian, complete with stars.
Gentiana makinoi ‘Marsha’ in the Azalea Garden – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Virginia sweetspire, looking just as sweet here in New York.
Itea virginica ‘Little Henry’™ in the Azalea Garden – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Anemone × hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ in the Azalea Garden – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen