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This photograph is about the ephemeral, generational presence of trilliums in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Their lives are brief. In some years, blooms last only a week, even less. After their short burst of life, each plant feeds the following year's generation.
Trilliums take years to recover when picked - this is how reliant successive generations are upon the nutrients provided by those preceding them.
In springtime, when these flowers rise to cover forested hillsides in blankets of white (and an occasional maroon), we experience them in the present but in reality, we're in the presence of their past.
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