That is gorgeous! And it is hard to imagine that they're endangered. When we were kids, the woods was full of them in the spring. I remember writing with the roots, (um, for fun, just in case anyone's wondering lol) because they oozed orange liquid! Thanks so much for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. Lovely that you visited!
My comment seems to have disappeared. But thank you for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. Love the B&W of the bloodroots. We used to play with them when we were kids, using their orange liquid like ink. :-)
I like your B&W photo. I haven't encountered Bloodroot so far, but thanks for the heads up.
oh so pretty! =)i'm terribly disappointed that they're wanting to add to the destruction of our society w/ no language barrier & more nudity... there's ENOUGH on tv as it is already, kids do NOT need to see even more... please sign it, & if you could post it on your blog to get the word spread... we need to nip this in the bud, immediately, & we only have until the end of April. I'm going to start adding the link in each of my posts, too.Thank you, Genie =)
i remember bloodroot from wisconsin! thanks for that!
Magnificent in b&w!
I will not pick any. :) I beautiful picture will do. :)
Great using B&W!Well done!
Very pretty!!! <3
Ooooh, thats beautiful :0) Love it :0)
The flowers are very beautiful and work well for black and white. I love the recycled hot tub in the next post. Great idea for re-using it as a fish pond.
I've never heard of it, interesting name, so I looked up, fascinating!! It's a lovely monochrome, the contrast of the white makes the flowers pop out of the photo. Thanks for stopping by!
Do people know this? Are there signs? I am going to have to visit Mr Google...don't really know what bloodroot is, except it looks to be a lovely little flower.
How beautiful - a lovely photo. I've never heard of bloodroot, so I must look it up.