Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Spring Wildflowers

Today I went for a walk at Brunet Park in LaSalle, Ontario. This park has a spectacular display of spring wildflowers.  Here are a few photographs of the species I discovered flowering. All the photos were taken with my Sigma 105mm macro lens attached to my Canon 30D.

White Trillium 


Trout Lily 

Wild Geranium 

Early Meadow Rue

Wild Oats 

Blue Violet 

Purple Cress 


  1. Tom, great photos! Good running into you today.

  2. Hey Tom,

    I went to your highschool.. I was in your brother Mike's grade. I also think I've seen you a couple times at Ojibway (maybe with Russ Jones?)

    Awesome blog.. and awesome photos of the flowers and the muskrats. Brunet is among my favorite places to visits.. I saw the Trilliums this past saturday as well--also saw an adult snapper.

    A few years ago I saw a Red-bellied snake there in the grass (on the other side of the trees that are right beside the parking lot). It was too bad, it was my first sighting and I was stuck without a camera.