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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 … Continue reading
I am not sure how many TTs there will be, but at least one more when the painteds arrive in May. More time in the rain added some extra interest to these.
Decided to stay home and work on more old files. These red trilliums should be coming out now, this was on March 31, 2012. I decided that the bud really needed to be the star but like the leaf texture … Continue reading
It’s been a great season for ice photography but now…bring on the flowers. Still a bit soon here but the anticipation can start building. One of our earlies…Red Trillium-Trillium erectum 2010.
Red Trillium-Trillium erectum is a sometime challenge as the blooms often face downward requiring lying on the ground in order to see the inner flower. Photographing this plant, located under a ledge but higher than the path I was on, … Continue reading
This time while lying on the ground with the Venus Optics Laowa 15mm macro. AKA Red Trillium-Trillium erectum, this one, and a few others, lived up to the species name by standing erect. Most often they droop as you see … Continue reading
Nope, it’s not a Painted Trillium if that’s what you were thinking. Trillium is correct though. A few days back I photographed this Red Trillium (Trillium erectum) near a favorite waterfall in Sunderland, MA.I knew that they were variable, but … Continue reading