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A Touch of Spring.  Bloodroots (Sanguinaria canadensis) are one my favorite spring ephemerals and native to eastern North America. Untitled
A tiny Bluet (Houstonia caerulea) singled out among many.  Taken: Adams Co., PA. Bluet in Pastels
A macro of a Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis).  Taken: Adams Co., PA. Portrait of Purity
Dogwood (Cornus florida) flowers in bloom.  Taken: Person Co., NC Dogwood 5
A Grass Pink Orchid (Calopogon tuberosus).  Taken: Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, Pocahontas Co., WV Grass Pink Orchid
A Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) a beautiful spring ephemeral/perennial in  the eastern US.  Taken: Adams Co., PA Faith's Daydream
Painted Trillium (Trillium undulatum).  Taken: Fayette Co., WV Painted Trillium
A macro of a Dog Rose (Rosa canina) petal with a shallow depth of field. An Invitation
Mountain Wood Sorrel (Oxalis montana) is a tiny flower of the mountains and cool, moist woodland glens is especially common in New England and westward to the lake states and down the highlands of the Appalachians.  Taken: Pocahontas Co., WV. Mountain Wood Sorrel
An Oxeye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) with selective focus on the stem. Farsighted Daisy
A Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) poking up through the leaves of a False Hellebore (Veratrum viride).  Taken: Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, Pocahontas Co., WV. Marsh Marigold and Hellebore
Western Starflower (Trientalis latifolia).  Taken: Whatcom Co., WA. Western Starflower
Pacific bleeding hearts (Dicentra formosa).  Taken: Multnomah Co., OR. Hearts Ascending
Macro of dandelion seeds. Dandelion Whispers
Purple Fringed Orchid (Platanthera grandiflora) in a rare white (alba) form.  Taken: Pocahontas Co., WV. Purple Fringed Orchid (white form)
Macro of an iris, taken in the backyard. Felicity I
Macro of an Iris, taken in the backyard. Felicity II
Steer's Head (Dicentra uniflora).  Taken: Teton Co., WY. Steer's Head
Sulfur Buckwheat (Eriogonum umbellatum).  Taken: Teton Co., WY Sulfur Buckwheat
A sleeping Ladybug nestled in a naturalized Hollyhock (Alcea sp.).  Taken: Whatcom Co., WA Resting in White