Friday, April 27, 2012

Spring Pilgrimage

The beauty of one wild trillium is

multiplied by hundreds,

multiplied by thousands.

Add the sweet song of a White-throated Sparrow to the fresh green of the forest and 
you know why I anticipate this particular spring walk every year.


  1. Are they out? I should go looking. But it's been so miserable here.

  2. It was a very chilly walk today, but the trilliums here are past their peak (which usually occurs in May). You may be a bit behind us.

  3. Gorgeous flowers. What a treat for the eyes this must have been!

  4. With the forest floor filled with flowers and birds singing in the trees, it sounds like a wonderful walk, indeed.

  5. Beautiful photos. We too have trillions in Alaska, but the petals are much smaller. Enjoy your posts!


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