6 responses to “Erythronium grandiflorum”

  1. Joanne

    Your image is breathtaking, simply a wonderful shot to drink in on an excellent 24th of May weekend – thank you so much! Hello beautiful BC from southern Georgian Bay Ontario!

  2. Daniel Mosquin

    Hello Joanne from Georgian Bay – I think you might be pleased to know that a reproduction of Arthur Lismer’s “A September Gale” from Georgian Bay (1921) is on the wall above my computer at home (and my initial attempt at capturing a similar white pine as in the painting, albeit from Lake of the Woods, is here).

  3. Mickey

    I love your photos! Please don’t ever stop. I come to your site just to de-stress or grab a moment of cheerfulness!

  4. Danny Sleeper

    I really enjoy the photos they are breathtaking, I make it my desktop image everytime i recieve an email. Keep up the good work

  5. Niña

    This beauty blooms in Vermont just after sugar season in conjunction with the wild onion that we call ‘Ramps’. There is a whole bank of them in my dooryard. They are the harbingers of spring for me.

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