What a difference a day makes.
I took a snapshot on Saturday, to show what a good year the trillium are having.
And then showed the same spot, the very next day, during a little snow squall.
There was a polarizing filter on the camera, the only one I ever use, and the snow-covered plants can be seen more clearly in the photo, than by the naked eye.
The pictures could have been taken twenty minutes apart, though, that snow vanished quickly.
That’s just the way the weather is around here, in March.
Wait! It’s the middle of May – – and it should be 30° by dawn tomorrow!