The original plan was to make some Grape Hyacinths (Muscari) photos. But chasing hairy bugs was a bit more fun, some results are bellow. It took a while to get couple good pictures.
Hairy bug refuelling at the Grape Hyacinth
Another one from the side, not sure what it is. But they are slow and that is good!
Flowering Primula farinosa
Finally, the spring arrived also to the wilderness of the Moravian Karst. Snowdrops are everywhere and first Hepaticas are also coming out. The next two weeks will be full of flowering Hepaticas, Anemones, Pullmonarias and some less common forest plants. This is my favourite part of the year when the forest floor is fully covered by flowers for a short period.
Typical flowering Hepatica nobilis coming out of the old leaves.
Group of common Snowdrops (Galanthus) are the first flowers of the early spring in the karst.
View from the Sveduv stul cave into the forest, this cave used to be home of the early humans.
I did first photos of the first spring flowers of 2015 today. Not much of them yet, mostly crocuses, some snowdrops and winter aconites. Spring flowers are my favourite subject, some more to come for sure 🙂
First snowdrops of the 2015! Not the best composition but there were no other options available. I had to stack two pictures to get both flowers sharp.
Group of purple crocuses. I did hundreds of these and I still like it, nice flowers!
Winter aconite (Eranthis) is usually the first flower to appear. I was lucky to find this nice group of them.