Natural landscapes: Cathedral Grove trilliums


I don’t know where trilliums grow outside of Canada, but in this country I always thought they were only found in southern Ontario. So it was quite a surprise to encounter them in glorious MacMillan Provincial Park in Canada’s westernmost province.
My wife and I toured this old-growth forest, known as Cathedral Grove, right after a rainstorm and that made for wet, saturated colours. Perfect for flower photography. Nikon D90, tripod, 70-300 mm. zoom lens, polarizing filter.

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