Natural landscapes: the trouble with trilliums


Well, there really is no trouble with trilliums, which are the provincial flower of Ontario. I just like alliterating. This little opening in the forest, east of Toronto (Canada’s largest city) allowed hundreds of trilliums to blossom and create a carpet of spring beauty.
Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter (I think….). Here’s another photo of trilliums, made thousands of kilometres away on Canada’s west coast:

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