Summer Flowering Tree | Northern Catalpa | New York
I am really fascinated by the Northern Catalpa tree.
I am currently trying to grown one in my backyard, but our dog Colton keeps eating it.
The large size and interesting shape of the blossoms on the tree are visually appealing.
The mostly white flower blossoms are punctuated by yellow and red patterns leading into the center of the flower blossom.
Another cool feature of the Northern Catalpa is its size.
Many flowering trees are rather small. The Northern Catalpa on the other hand grow to be enormous.
I have been trying to capture an image of a Northern Catalpa tree that features the entire tree in the photo.
My goal is to show there beauty of these trees from tree trunk to tree top.
I don’t really feel like I have succeeded in creating an image like that which I am satisfied with yet.
Photo details: Nikon D300S. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/6400 sec. f/2.8.
Thank you for joining me on the blog today for a feature of the Northern Catalpa.
Here is a close up image of a Northern Catalpa Flower Blossom.