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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Aging Trillium

Trilliums are my favorite flower, and are plentiful around my favorite location on Mt Hood, appropriatly named Trillium Lake!!! I have posted pics of trilliums in the past, but never of one that is turning purple with age.

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I like the light and shadows in this shot. Great for T week.

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  2. Gorgeous!!!!!!!!

    I am a PacNW'er too!

    Happy WW

    http://www.thejakafiles.com/2010/06/01/wordless-wednesday-splashing-baby/

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  3. I love your photos so close to home!

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  4. Wow,for me it was simply elegant... enjoyed watching it!!!:)

    Take care!!!:)

    >Kelvin

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  5. Great closeup!!

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  6. elegant flower..
    cute t post.

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  7. Very beautiful! I love to see photos of wild flowers.

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  8. Yes, it IS beautiful! I am not sure I have ever know the name of this flower...but, I do now! Thank you!

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  9. Oh, how interesting! Maybe it's a 'sport' and will produce pink tinged babies!

    On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

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  10. They are my favorites as well! Terrific photo.

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  11. I love flowers too, but don't think I have ever seen a trillium. Very pretty and I learned something!

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  12. Don't know this flower at all. nice.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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