This plant is usually the very first green I see in the season. The aptly-named Skunk Cabbage. Although it smells bad when stepped on, it's a marvel of a plant. It generates enough heat to melt through the March snow cover. This year, the creek didn't freeze, so they've started early. They are a strange looking plant, there's no denying that, but they have a certain beauty about them. Able to grow in places other plants cannot, they have a hard 'shelter' early in the season, with those beautiful green leaves spiraling up into the sun later on.
|Lens ID||LUMIX G VARIO 14-45mm F3.5-5.6|
|Focal Length||45.0 mm (35 mm equivalent: 90.0 mm)|
|Flash||Off, Did not fire|