The day was sunny and warm, so I took my Rebel and tripod for a tour of some wildflower gardens. First was a stop at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology trail, with many skunk cabbages emerging under the bridge that spans a swamp. Fortunately, there was nobody to watch me lying on the bridge to take some photos.
Then it was off to the Cornell Mundy wildflower garden, where several wildflowers were in bloom. I found more skunk cabbage as well as Hepatica, trout Lily, and Blood Root. Again, the best view was flat on the ground with a macro lens.
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