Late May and Early June means a chance at capturing some of the beautiful wildflowers in the forests of Northern Minnesota. In particular I was at Jay Cooke State Park where I encountered both Trillium and Yellow Lady Slippers. They don’t last a long time but they are fun to see along the trails and off the beaten path at state parks.
A collection of five Yellow Lady Slippers
A Yellow Lady Slipper that has not fallen opened yet
A fern slowing uncurling to wake up and spread its leaves.
“A Slug’s Life”