Monday, April 30, 2007

After the Rain

(Sanguinaria canadensis)

Within a few minutes of the sunlight which followed Sunday's early morning rain, the Bloodroot in the Lanark Highlands unfurled themselves - they opened up and started to bloom like a thousand little suns in the woodland, all glowing white petals and golden centres.

The Old Wild Mother (it seems) has a particular love of white and gold in springtime.


Anonymous said...

As do I.


Anonymous said...

Yes...Bloodroot are beautiful.