Thursday, April 22, 2010

Silent Post-Bloodroot

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Bloodroot, York Regional Forest, Hollidge Tract.

7 comments:

Jenny said...

Each of the stages of the blossom-opening is wonderful! From the plump closed buds we saw earlier, to the half open, to the "Here I am, sunshine!" ones...a miracle!

Jennifer Rose said...

very pretty, would love to make a headdress with them :)

kaslkaos said...

Jennifer, I'm sure you'd look enchanting in them, but you'd have to be quick, delicate things, they drop their petals so fast.

Michelle (artscapes) said...

They are so beautiful!
So far, it has been the red trillium here and the beginnings of trout lily...

kaslkaos said...

Thanks Michelle, enjoy the trout lilies. I love the little fishy beauties.

Living In Aurora Blogger said...

Oh wow there is something I have not seen yet. Beautiful images and thanks for sharing. Anna :)

kaslkaos said...

Get out there quick. There are a few still in bloom but they drop their petals fast. You need some untrampled deciduous forest.

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