where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 7, 2016 § 21 Comments
of one nature
is trillium’s trinity
her triptych in the woods
Tagged: close up, divinity, flower, shade, shade lovers, sunlight, trillium, trinity, trio, triptych, wild flowers, woodland flowers
Trilliums are a wild flower? How totally COOL,
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How beautiful! Must have been a wonderful walk!
Ohhh… I did not know this beautiful plant! Thank you to show me it…
The red specimen is a treat indeed.
I’d never seen a trillium until I began following a Massachusetts photographer, and I’ve never seen these deep, red ones until now. I can’t help it: the sepals and petals combined remind me of the pinwheels-on-a-stick we played with as kids.
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Would so love a Trillium in my garden! Beautiful
Never seen the red variety..really lovely.
Beautiful and divine.
Not being from your neck of the woods I first read about trilliums in a fantasy novel
PS didn’t get to complete the sentence. .. so it was a while before I realised it was a real flower and not made up.
🙂 They are always a wonder to find! And surprisingly they transplant very easily.
Can you get any better? Seems so
I am always delighted when I see them in spring, along with their cousins, the white trilliums.
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