Aman Park, On the shores of the trillium seas
On Sunday, April 15th, I took a long hike in Aman Park to view the wildflowers in bloom there. I try to make there every spring, as the display of wildflowers really has to be seen in person to be appreciated, my photos will only hint at how beautiful it is there this time of year.
I walked almost all the trails in the park today, and here’s a preview of things to come.
There aren’t many places along the trail where you can go more than a few feet without seeing some type of flower this time of year.
But the real stars of the show are the trilliums, acres and acres of trilliums!
There are also large masses of Virginia bluebells as well.
All those flowers attract many insects, unfortunately, this is the only butterfly I managed to shoot.
There were a few other species of flowers there today as well, but the photos of them that I took didn’t come out well enough to post here, I was not on my game today as far as photography. If I have identified any of the flowers incorrectly, please let me know.
That’s it for this one, thank you for stopping by!