Jack’s Walk

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I took Jack to the woods yesterday and we were greeted by masses of brilliant white trilliums covering the forest floor. It’s an incredible sight and so short-lived that I count myself very lucky to have found them at their peak. It was tempting to wander into the forest to take photos, but I stuck to the path so as not to trample any of the other tender young plants. There are Jack-in-the-pulpits popping up all over the place (just look at the area in front of Jack’s back feet) and everywhere you look there are tender, young shoots of false Solomon’s Seal unfurling and trout lilies blooming and beautiful green life coming back to the forest. I tried to take this photo without Jack. We stood here for several minutes and every time I aimed my camera at the trilliums Jack walked into the shot. He was careful not to trample the flowers, but he was determined to be in the picture. I could have put him on leash, but that didn’t feel right so here are 7 brilliant white trilliums and 1 brilliant brown dog.


  1. Jazzlet says

    Awww Jack you do help set the trilliums off, and any picture with you in is a bonus.

  2. rq says

    Jack makes a fine contrasting background for the trillium. He’s got a good feel for composition!

  3. Tethys says

    Ah, spring woodland flowers and a good dog to wander around the woods with. One of lifes small joys.

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