Emerging Skunk Cabbage Flowers

 
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Skunk cabbage emerging in snow melt water in a wooded area, the first wildflowers we've seen this year in Western NY. The flowers are hidden under the hoods, which can vary in color through shades of yellow, green, red and purple. Yes, they do smell "skunky".

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Jas - Apr 06, 2008 08:54 AM EDT
Glad we can't smell them then, LOL, but they're very nice to look at! You've captured some beautiful reflections in the water and the image is so sharp. :)
shutterbug - Apr 06, 2008 07:48 AM EDT
Lovely photo, I dont think I have seen these in Maine,now i will at least know what to look for and smell for,LOL Thanks for sharing this as I will be looking for it on our hiking trails here in Maine. Carol

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