Here are some more recent images I was able to capture on trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These shots are all 0f Trillium which seemed to have had a banner year in the Park, I have never seen so many in bloom as I did this year.
There are many varieties of Trillium that grow in the park but I was only able to capture a few of the species on this recent trip, the two kinds of Trillium here are the Large flowering and Catesby’s Trillium.
I photographed the Large Flowering Trillium on the Cove Hardwood Nature Trail and the Catesby’s Trillium was photographed on the trail going into White Oak Sinks. White Oak Sinks is another great trail for viewing and photographing wildflowers in the park.
It was a great trip and I am happy to be able to share some of my experiences and photography with you, thanks for stopping by and taking a look !!
I got an evening off so I thought I might share a photo or two from a recent trip to The Great Smoky Mountain National Park where I was able to capture a quite a few very nice images from the Tennessee Mountains.
It was one of the best wildflower seasons I ever have been part of here in Madison Indiana and it was no different in the Southern Mountains. Just about every species was in full bloom when I got there and I was able to add some great shots to my portfolio.
Here are a couple shots of Trillium that I was able to capture while I was there..identifying these sometime gets a little tricky so excuse me if I mistake them.
The first one is a Sweet White Trillium followed by a Large Flowering Trillium…hopefully lol !!
So there you go if you got a positive id on these don’t be bashful, let me know so I won’t make that mistake again !!
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look, and don’t forget to click on the image for best viewing.
Sweet White Trillium
Large Flowering Trillium