It won’t win any photography competitions, but requests are made to sometimes highlight plants in habitat as opposed to close-ups of flowers, so here’s one attempt!
Erythronium revolutum, or pink fawn-lily, has been featured twice before: once in 2006 and also in 2014. Taisha composed a great written accompaniment to the 2014 entry, so I suggest (re)visiting that entry for links and details about today’s species.
As suggested in the photograph, Erythronium revolutum is a species of moist forests and riparian (riverside) environments. In this case, the water flowing nearby is Sutton Creek (another previous BPotD entry, from 2005). The 2005 photograph and today’s image are related: the moss-laden bigleaf maple branches above the fawn-lily in this photograph from a couple days ago are the same ones as captured in the 2005 image.