Quite often these Red Trillium flowers are more drooping than upright which can make shooting them a challenge. In this case the flower was fairly perpendicular to the earth which still required lying on the ground with the tripod legs splayed out but at least there was a nice straight on view. It was also quite windy so ISO 800 was used at f/8 for 1/80th of a second when there was a bit of stillness.
Finding this was a bonus as I was at the location photographing a waterfall and noticed the flowers after shooting it. There was a different flower I’ve never photographed before but it was only partially open so I will have to return to get it fully in bloom.