No, this isn’t a review of that classic Doors album, although I did like it a lot, but a simple image of a bloodroot waiting for the sun’s warmth to open its petals. This is at a site in Leverett, MA that was new to me although I’ve been meaning to check out the waterfall there.
Unfortunately, our odd weather has not been kind to the majority of wildflowers in my usual spots, but the bloodroot and purple trillium at Roaring Brook Falls in the Mount Toby State Park are going great and the forest floor was carpeted with them…..slight exaggeration, but there are a lot all over the place.
Here is a look at just the one waiting for a bit of solar radiation.I really like wildflowers quite a bit and try my best to create portraits of them in as artistic a manner as I am able although I would never use that title since I have a blog friend who specializes in that genre. 🙂
I’ll save the trillium for a bit later on. 🙂