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March 29, 2012

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tara

I love these first flowers of spring.

Lisa J

Ah, my friend Hepatica! I've been watching their liver-shaped leaves, even poking through in winter, but haven't seen the first blooms yet. Our trilliums are still fast asleep too. Thank you for this beautiful glimpse at spring.

KarenLR

gorgeous! our hellebores are just bursting!

Cozy Memories

thank you so much for this walk with you into the woods
I loved each & every of these beautiful wildflowers
they are so small & yet so remarkable & pretty
oxoxo

Michaelanneneal

Thank you for posting such beautiful photos! You are so knowledgeable! I am inspired to take a walk into the woods and see what I can SEE:) XO

Mandy

I think trilliums are beautiful. Are these considered solely wildflowers? I've seen photographs with fields full of these delicate blooms and have wanted to attempt to recreate something similar. Any suggestions?

gretchen

gorgeous. here's a peek of what's springing forth in our neck of the whttp://mamaforpeace.blogspot.com/2012/03/spiraling-inwardfocusing-on-beauty.htmloods:

Kathleen

Beautiful flower children!

k

what beautiful children popping up to say hello! i need to go on a forest walk this weekend too, see who is coming up now.

Dorien Ruben

It's magnificent how some plants go and flower so quickly :) We do really need it after winter. Thank you!

Annie

Beautiful pictures Margie, in this post and the last. I feel as if I am there in the woodland with you, looking afresh at the world x

Els

Wow, what a little beauties !!!

Nicole

I love how you notice every little unfolding miracle in this beautiful world. Thank you so much for sharing that with us.

Annri

So very pretty! Thank you. Happy spring.

Love To Crochet

Your pictures capture such beauty in everything. Amazing photography.

melissa

these photos are so special- you have gorgeous plantlife in canada.

keylogger for Mac

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keylogger

It is so amazing! How does the little flower grow up?

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