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Another Look. I find these little flowers as pretty as their Latin name, Tiarella trifoliata. This time when I took the photograph I used the on camera flash (no tripod and there was little light in the forest) resulting in the flowers standing alone in a dark background.  Canada,Geotagged,Spring,Threeleaf foamflower,Tiarella trifoliata Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Another Look.

I find these little flowers as pretty as their Latin name, Tiarella trifoliata. This time when I took the photograph I used the on camera flash (no tripod and there was little light in the forest) resulting in the flowers standing alone in a dark background.

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  1. How big (small) are these flowers, Gary? Posted 6 days ago
    1. Ferdy, from the base of the flower to the tip of the anthers would be 4-5mm. Once again, one of those “down on your hands and knees” to get a good look. I should invest in a pair of knee pads. Gary Posted 6 days ago
      1. The life we've chosen, Gary, on our knees :) Posted 6 days ago
        1. It does seem to be getting harder to get back up! Posted 6 days ago

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''Tiarella trifoliata'', commonly called threeleaf foamflower, laceflower, or sugar-scoop, is a dicot in the family ''Saxifragaceae''. It is native to the low to moderate elevation moist forests of western North America, from northern California to Montana and western Canada.

Similar species: Saxifragales
Species identified by gary fast
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Uploaded Jun 10, 2019. Captured Jun 10, 2019 10:02 in 404 Whaletown Rd, Whaletown, BC V0P 1Z0, Canada.
  • E-M5MarkII
  • f/22.0
  • 1/250s
  • ISO400
  • 60mm