Here are a couple of Pink Lady’s Slippers – Cypripedium acaule for starters. I visited a spot where they can always, so far, be found and they did not disappoint. This was actually my last composition but it is here first because it’s just a basic shot. I was so busy doing closer ups that I almost forgot to get a regular view. They look pretty similar and seem to be growing from the same rhizome so might be twins…or not.
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