Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
What a pretty flower!
the texture of the petals is beautifulsuch sharp detailwell done :)
Your photo certainly captures the softness of this little flower.
So beautiful! I've got 2 or 3 coming up in my garden this year. I've got my fingers crossed they will bloom.
the flower is beautiful, the photography superb
I wish our woodlot had these growing in it :(
A beautiful flower!
such a lovely flower!
So pretty! Wonderful color. :)
Gorgeous color and nice shot!
A pretty flower, beautifully described by your photo. So rainy here this weekend that the camera's remained grounded!
Oh that is beautiful. Don't see the red out here too much. A treasure. MB
I love that deep red. :)
Vilken underbar Trillium. Växer det ute i naturen? Ha de gott i helgen.
Nice picture and nice colour.
We have white trillium, but I haven't seen any so far. I think they are especially beautiful. The red would be a wonderful sight, I am sure!
I didn't realize that they were out already! Lovely.
This would put a trill into your song on any given day. Beautiful!
BTW, I can't get Another Slice of Life to come up...says page not found. Sounds like Blogger is up to its old tricks!
What a lovely wildflower. We don't see those here.
Wow! Great looking plant! I don't remember them coming in red.
I love that deep color.
We often see white trillium in the mountains, but red trillium are extremely rate around here. Your photo is superb -- you've captured the color and texture perfectly.
Ooh a red one. It is quite pretty in this color.
Great shot. I just like to say "trillium", doesn't it sound like a happy word?Darla
Lovely flower. We don't have it here in Australia. so it's great to be able to enjoy it through your photography!
I have this growing this in my yard! And this picture makes me feel like I could reach out and touch it.
I don't think I have ever seen this flower- how pretty.
I didn't know there are red trilliums. White trillium is a symbol of Ontario and it would be blooming right now in a little wood by the place where I lived in Oakville.
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