Saturday, May 16, 2015

Hills of Trillium


I'm on beauty overload this week.  Between the hills of blooming trillium and the cherries coming into blossom, there isn't a lovelier place in May than the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula.  You will see small groupings of trillium in the woods along M-22, but it's when you see them en masse covering whole hillsides that you are astounded by their splendor.  Hope you can take a drive to see them before they're gone.















8 comments:

  1. Masses of blooms -- beyond lovely.

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  2. Definitely, beyond lovely. Thanks, Pamela.

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  3. I love how you were able to capture the sense of depth and abundance in these shots. You really got the "essence" of trillium in these portrayals.

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    1. Thanks, Jackie. Sometimes it's hard to capture with the camera what the eyes can see. It's such an astonishing spring scene; I'm glad I caught some of it to share.

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  4. Frame after frame filled with gorgeous trillium!! Beautiful series, Karen!

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    1. Thanks, Jan. It was really lovely to see.

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  5. uuuummmmhhhmmmmm . . . Wow! Thank you, Karen!

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  6. Thanks you! Can wait for you to arrive next weekend to see these in person. Karen

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