Exploring Fabius Township and St. Joseph County, Michigan, with side trips all over this Great Lakes state
Lovely photo and delightful post for the day! Have a great week -- well, what's left of it!Sylvia
hee heeGood play on the "P"-Wednesday theme...The Jack-In-The-Pulpit has always reminded «Louis» of a cobra...
That's a great perspective and lovely shot for P.P is for palm tree
Clever!Thanks so much for contributing,Denise (ABC Team)
Another 5 weeks and we will be heading up there. Can't wait.It's already in the 90's.
I like it! It's a perfect P!!
Clever P photo and post!
Even looks like a backwards P, the PLANT, that is.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Wow another great photography. I love your header.
How cool! I must check out my local forest to see if Jack-in-the Pulpit is blooming there now!
Ah .. now I see why our own wild arums are called 'English Jack' as one of their many nicknames! They don't have that wonderful 'pulpit' shape, but they are definitely the same family.
You got a great shot of "Jack." I also like the way you framed the flower behind it...looks like it's playing peek-a-boo in and around the Jack in the Pulpit. Did you intend to do that?