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May 07, 2012

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Caitlin

And is that last one a trillium? If so, it has interesting colouring...
I didn't know its name, but I think I've met miterwort before:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thepaperbutterfly/4583208452/in/set-72157623659738824/lightbox/

Thanks for the great pictures :)

Geninne

Thank you for introducing us to your very lovely new & old friends :-)

Kathleen

The wild violets and trout lilies are absolutely beautiful right now in the tiny patch of forest I walk through each day. The photos of your friends are lovely.

k

your mitrewart reminds me of foamflower that we have on the coast. love that trillium with the green centre.

Karen

Such beautiful 'friends' to accompany you on your walk! Thanks for sharing them! xx

Sonia / Cozy Memories

It's always such a happy surprise to make new friends in nature ! Thank you for introducing them to us, my friend ! :)
Your "old" friends are always such friendly faces too !
I love the origami-looking elm leaf.
No new friend for me, only old ones.
xoxoxo

Michaelanneneal

What lovely friends you have!! I haven't been for a walk in the woods for ages..I really want to go, especially after seeing all of your FRIENDS:) Beautiful Springtime photos Margie..

Carola Baaij

Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing!

Latebloomerbuds.wordpress.com

No, not in the last while, but I adore seeing yours, with names I might add! Margie

melissa

gorgeous! i am really bad on forest plant names, so i appreciate these :) isn't that newborn elm just amazing?

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