A northern monologue
Thanks! They sure were!
Are these pasque flowers? (Ours aren't up yet.)
This is the Prairie Crocus in its natural habitat. There are so many this year in places that it's nearly impossible to avoid stepping on them.
Oh, so beautiful! Good close-up, too.
love this one Brenda!
I was so pleased to know about the prairie crocus that I immediately looked it up and -- guess what? -- it's other name is pasque flower. Isn't that amazing? Which means I have a prairie crocus in my garden! :D (I can't wait to give a piece to a prairie friend long since 'transplanted' in T.O.)The funniest bit of all is that here, the thing is treated like an exotic specimen. I can't imagine a field-full!
Ha! They're treated like an exotic specimen on the prairie, too, no matter how large the piece of land! Everything about them says spring.
Brenda you have the knack to just get the right composition for a perfect photo!! Great picture of a wonderful spring greeting.
Thanks Anonymous! (?)
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