This is the type sign we enjoy seeing while out hunting for Geocaches. We know we are about to embark on a wonderful day of serenity in the woods. This day we were at Panola Mountain State Park. Click HERE to learn more about the park. The pamphlets were not ready for the season so we were on our own with identifying the wildflowers.
I believe this to be Chattahoochee Trillium but not sure as there are 27 different types of Trillium here in Georgia.
Some type of wild woodland Holly. I have spotted this in our GEORGIA GARDENS, well rather the woods on our property.
This is one of many large trees we admired.
Fungi is so at home in the woods.
Yet, another huge tree that captivated us!
I thought this to be a Trillium but after a bit of research, I am not sure.
Here is a close up of a bloom.
Here are several plants close together.
Moss covered logs look so at home in the woods.
The Saint gazing off into the woods admiring the Redbud and large fallen tree.
I have never notice as many Redbud trees here in Georgia as I have this Spring!
For many years I have told people we just do not have the Redbuds here like in TN and VA. But I do believe I am wrong. I just have not been where they are located. On this day, we spotted many along the Country back roads of GA...
This was indeed a large tree! Too bad it fell during a storm. This one had been cut as it crossed the walking path. A tree gateway for us.
These little beauties were all over the woods.
I believe them to be some type of Anemone. Some were of a pinkish color.
Most of the ones we spotted were more white in color.
A moss covered fallen tree made a nice feature to walk beneath.
Mayapple's were not blooming yet.
Trout Lily, I believe.
I could not decide what these bell type flowers could be. Any guesses?
Here is a Close-up of them.
Ah, this boulder is close to our Cache find.
And the Saint finds the treasure!
We found our way back to the picnic area.
My eyes were sighted on this strange tree trunk as I sat and rested from our nice hike in PANOLA MOUNTAIN STATE PARK,
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