Growing On The Finger Lakes Trail | Trillium | New York

I love going out exploring and finding just a little something unexpected.

When we think of flowers we often think of beautiful flower gardens.

Wildflowers growing in an open field.

Other wildflowers growing along the forest floor often along a path or trail.

But nature is full of surprises. Plants and flowers are hardier than we expect.

This Trillium flower is growing out from between the roots of a large tree that is growing along the Finger Lakes Trail.

This photo has nice contrast between the bright white of the flower, the deep green of the leaves against the trunk of the tree.

There is even a contrast in texture. The softer smoother look of the flower. The hard ragged edges of the tree bark.

Photo details: Nikon D500. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420mm. ISO 640. 1/640 sec. f/5.6.

Thank you for joining me on the blog today as we watch this Trillium emerge.

Check out this image for a really different looking Trillium.

Trillium on FLT

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