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16 January, 2005 gallery additions

As usual, I'm running late with the image updates. But the good news is that I've finally gotten around to writing a program that auto-generates labels for my slides while putting them into a database, so it saves me about 1/2 hour of labeling per roll. That might not sound like a lot, but when you return from a trip with ten rolls of film it adds up!

This means that I can start filing my slides again (which I've been woefully negligent at doing) and hopefully catch up on my slide backlog. I'm still going through images from spring of 2003!

I tried to focus on flowering plants and plants that offer a sense of 'greenness', so hopefully it'll appease those of you antsy for the coming of spring.

The slides represent trips to many various places. Some are from last summer's backpacking trip into the Pisgah National Forest, while others are from an April 2003 trip to Bernheim. Yet others came from my yard.

I'd like to remind you all that not every image is a breathtaking work of art. What I try to do is capture the essence of the plant, but sometimes it's raining or I have the wrong lens or my contact lenses are bugging me, so they're not all perfect. By rating the images in the gallery, you let me know which pictures should be replaced if the opportunity presents itself; otherwise, I just assume that they're all good!

I hope that you all had a great holiday season, and wish you a great 2005!

Christopher Lindsey, gallery maintainer

Abeliophyllum distichum (White forsythia):
  • Abeliophyllum distichum flowers Abeliophyllum distichum fruit Abeliophyllum distichum fruit 
Diervilla lonicera (Bush honeysuckle):
  • Diervilla lonicera habit Diervilla lonicera flowers 
Forsythia viridissima 'Klein' (Klein greenstem forsythia):
  • Forsythia viridissima 'Klein' habit Forsythia viridissima 'Klein' flowers 
Halesia diptera (Two-winged silverbell):
  • Halesia diptera habit Halesia diptera flowers Halesia diptera flowers 
Jasminum nudiflorum (Winter jasmine):
  • Jasminum nudiflorum flowers 
Mazus reptans (Creeping mazus):
  • Mazus reptans flowers Mazus reptans flowers 
Muscari armeniacum 'Valerie Finnis' (Valerie Finnis grape hyacinth):
  • Muscari armeniacum 'Valerie Finnis' habit Muscari armeniacum 'Valerie Finnis' flowers 
Podophyllum peltatum (Mayapple):
  • Podophyllum peltatum habit Podophyllum peltatum habit 
Prunus 'Snow Goose' (Snow Goose cherry):
  • Prunus 'Snow Goose' flowers Prunus 'Snow Goose' flowers 
Rhododendron 'Sandra Ann' (Sandra Ann azalea):
  • Rhododendron 'Sandra Ann' flowers 
Viburnum opulus (European cranberrybush viburnum):
  • Viburnum opulus flowers Viburnum opulus flowers 
Viburnum opulus 'Aureum' (Aureum European cranberrybush viburnum):
  • Viburnum opulus 'Aureum' habit Viburnum opulus 'Aureum' leaves 

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