A flower among other flowers ... my lovely wife.
Virginia Bluebells, a prolific Indiana perennial.
An early butterfly, intent on an early meal.
And Virginia Bluebells also come in white!
Dainty and pink and eye-catching.
A tiny patch of white flowers, almost lost in last year's leaves.
An early shrub, glowing in the afternoon sun as it sat alongside an open field.
Unidentified, but eye-catching.
This jack-in-the-pulpit reminded me more of a cobra-in-the-pulpit.
A trillium, one of several similar species.
Unidentified, but striking for its colors and its opening buds.
A tall shrub growing alongside a small creek at Camp Hunt.
Dueling ferns, just opening for the season.
Not many creatures are up to tackling an adult skunk, let alone consuming one.
Out intrepid band of macro/closeup shooters from the Bloomington Photo Club.