Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Yes! Yellow "Y"-ldflowers

 Trout Lily (Erythronium americanum)

Y is for yellow "Y" (wy)-ldflowers

YES, woodland wildflowers are finally beginning to bloom here in central Ontario.

Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris)

Bonus - there's a reflection.

Wakerobin (Trillium)

True, the trillium is not yellow...but the pollen is.

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE 

38 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Nice yellows, even if it is just pollen.

eileeninmd said...

Pretty wildflowers, always a lovely sight.. Enjoy your day!

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Pretty yellows, and I love the reflection shot.

Sandra said...

enjoying the beauty and smiling really big at the "Y" (wy)-ldflowers
LOVE that.

Jacquelineand.... said...

I just adore the first wildflowers, and you capture them perfectly!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I enlarged the photos...outstanding!!! Great post as always. Smiled at the reference to "Y"ildflowers. Cute.

TexWisGirl said...

such beauties. hooray!

Sharon Wagner said...

We're awash in pink and white with all the crab apple trees.

Halcyon said...

The special trillium. :) :) :)
I'm so glad to see the spring in Ontario. I miss all five minutes of it!

Mary Hone said...

I love lilies, and that one is gorgeous.

Birdman said...

'Y'ild for sure!

VP said...

The first image is just... perfect!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I'm so glad to see the colors in your world today and I know how happy you must be!! I love your pics for the day! The reflections in water are perfect!! Enjoy your day!!

William Kendall said...

I've always loved seeing trilliums- this one's a real beauty.

Kate said...

Flowers certainly brighten up a day!!

RedPat said...

It's great to see everything opening up!

Anvilcloud said...

I wonder why my stamens were red and yours aren't.

I went looking for trilliums this morning. When I snapped the shutter, I realized that I had left my flash card at home. Both flash cards in point of fact. I have these kinds of moments fairly frequently.

Revrunner said...

Oh, heck! I've got some pics of y-ildflowers I could have shared. :-)

Karen S. said...

Simply beautiful!

Kathy said...

Ah, the flowers of spring!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Beautiful! I love those wildflowers.

Ginny said...

I love the reflection picture, that is my favorite! Plus these flowers are new to me!

Linda W. said...

Love those yellow lilies!

Rose said...

Trout Lilies are just so photogenic...the trillium is beautiful, too.

Gill - That British Woman said...

just love the last photo.

bettyl-NZ said...

Flowers are lovely bits of sunshine, no matter where you find them and these are just wonderful!

Michelle said...

Beautiful!

Shammickite said...

I think it's time for me to walk the trails in York Forest again. Last time I was there it was too icy to walk..... the ice will be gone by now and the trilliums will be blooming.

Indrani said...

Lovely soothing light in the pics.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You did a much better job than me with the yellow EG :) Lovely images.

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edenhills said...

They are beautiful! For some reason, I don't seem to get many wildflowers in my pasture. I don't suppose that would be because of goats. Glad I get to enjoy yours.

ladyfi said...

Wow - such lovely shots. That first one is my favourite.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said...

Beautiful flowers!!!

cieldequimper said...

Absolute beauties!

Debbie said...

Beautiful light in these images!! I love the buttery feel of the first image!!

Kay said...

What a nice variety of Ylyflowers!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

hahaha, I like how you spell yildflowers, which are gorgeous.
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