Wildflowers of the Forest

Alternately, the photos I took during our failed hunt for morel mushrooms.

Apparently, morels have been spotted at the local forest preserve I frequent. Last weekend, I took a hike out there and spotted a heron, ducks, deer and an owl. Friend Janice called me Friday afternoon for a spur of the moment visit to hunt mushrooms. I thought, heck, why not.

While we didn't find any of the elusive fungi, the wildflowers continue to impress.

First up - delicate white wildflowers called "Spring Beauty".

Additional Photography note: I focus stacked three photos for the composite below:
Snow White

The blue sea of Bluebells provided a distraction from the empty hunt.

The occasional Bluebell "rebel" in white:
White Bluebells

Finally - we spotted some young deer in the thicket.

Being out in nature provides a salve for the soul - I hope you can get out where you are to enjoy.

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