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Kathleen Daley

Passekeag, Canada

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Trout Lily (also called Adder’s Tongue, Fawn Lily, Dog’s-tooth Violet) is native to North America and blooms in early to mid-spring. They typically grow in large colonies in open forests and along the edge of the woods. They like dappled shade and damp soil. Trout Lilies open up in the morning and close at night. During the hottest time of the day their petals will curl upwards, which produces a very pretty effect like what you partially see here in this shot. Trout Lilies are very common in southern New Brunswick.
Passekeag, New Brunswick, Canada.

Captured on a Canon EOS Rebel T3i with an EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II lens with the Macro lens/part of a Neewer 58mm Wide Angle lens.

f/5.6 1/800 sec. ISO 500

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