Thursday, May 24, 2007

Bright Spot

Erythronium grandiflorum

The setting sun struck these glacier lilies and made the forest floor come alive. They were growing in a burn area in northern Montana.


Crabby McSlacker said...

Those look so pretty and hopeful! Quick, I better get out of here before I lose all my grouchiness.

(It is true that your blog generally puts me in a mellow, contemplative mood. Do you find your "blog" personality shifting as you make the rounds? I sure do. It's cheaper than therapy, though.)

Dawn said...

I just hope you didn't have that goat along with you, Leah! Munch, munch! Beautiful rare flowers lost forever!

Leah J. Utas said...

The flowers are safe, Dawn.

Why, Crabby, I'd hate to think I was responsible for mellowing you out. That would be a loss.

I suppose the "blog" personality does change. I'm a lot sharper in your comment trail.
You're right. Who needs therapy when the blogosphere is our playground?

Samantha said...

I love flowers and these a precious!!!