Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
Bloodroot isn’t the first flower of spring – in my yard, snowdrops and crocuses come first. In the wild, I suppose the first flower I see is witch hazel, odd feathery yellow plumes on bare branches. But bloodroot is the one I watch for:
Amazing. I like the soft focus effect
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