Wild Times

Trillium bloom, Metchosin, B.C.
(Camera: Olympus OM-2; Lens: Zuiko 50mm f/3.5 macro; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)

One of the best things about living where I do is the profusion of wildflowers that spring up at this time of year. Especially numerous are the white fawn lillies and camus flowers, but my favourite is the much less common trillium. There are so few of these that I believe I know every single blossom in the nearby woods. I’ve watched most of them come and go for years and now they seem like old friends that I eagerly look forward to seeing every spring.

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