These little blue-lavender flowers are among the first to be spotted in the early spring, in the forest. This particular one, Hepatica Transsilvanica, is endemic to Romanian woodlands and you can distinguish it from the more common Hepatica nobilis by its crenate leaf margins. Thank you for reading! Please consider supporting my work on PATREON.
Out in the cold air for a day. I hoped to find more mushrooms, but we had terrible storms last week and everything was covered with a thick carpet of leaves. Orange light, especially in the pond area where cypresses are just spectacular! Everywhere big chunks of wood with lichens. I came back with a … Continue reading November