Spring flowers bring color to Baltimore
Sun photojournalist Karl Merton Ferron was walking with his family one morning in March and noticed hints of color from early spring flowers contrasted against an otherwise brown-and-gray winter.
With the anticipation of springtime, he photographed the renewed colors and vibrancy of emerging blossoms. Some may consider a number of the images to be mere weeds, but weeds are only those plants people choose to remove, rather than cultivate.
These photos by Ferron creatively show that anything can become a photograph we might want to look at with a smile.