Sunday, March 27, 2011


My most exciting find last summer was the Mountain Lady Slipper. It was in a shady spot under tall Douglas-firs, and I didn't take a lot of care in my photographing beyond recording the flower's presence. Thus, the plant is not well lit, my exposure was not carefully planned, and the resulting photos are rather drab - except for the inherent beauty of the flower which cannot be totally suppressed. This coming summer will be different. Barring unforeseen climatic or logging interventions, these beauties will be back in June and I will be much more patient to capture them for sharing. I'll only tell a select few where they are located.:)

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