When you walk slowly and keep your eyes moving you can often spot some pretty amazing things in rainy, spring woods.
One of the first spring wildflowers to emerge is the Red Trillium. This cluster was close to a vernal pool in which spotted salamanders had recently laid eggs. Once the females lay their eggs they move off into the woods. Maybe one sheltered under these trilliums during a May shower?
The original sold immediately but I am offering a small giclee edition of 50 signed and numbered prints.
The image (8" x 10") is printed with archival inks on an 11" x 14" sheet of heavy, 100% rag, watercolor paper.
Upon request, I'm happy to personalize to someone special.