I was hiking in the Sleeping Bear area of northwest Michigan a couple weeks ago and saw lots of trilliums and other spring flowers. They were wide-spread throughout the park. Here are some of the photos from the trip.
There were other wildflowers, too.
All of these were growing on a trail to Lake Michigan, some of which were within 20 feet of the top of the sand dune that dropped off ~300 feet to the lake.
I was fortunate to catch all these flowers at their peak. I’ll share some of the other scenes from my walk along the Sleeping Bear Dunes soon.