Monday, was a blustery day out in Essex county, but in Greg Iler’s woodlot you would hardly know it. All around the lot barren fields lost their precious topsoil to the angry wind. On the woodlot floor the Trillium’s were sheltered from these gale force winds. The tall slender trees creaked around us as they swayed in the wind that forced its way through their canopy. The occasional small branch would fall victim, and come plummeting into a bed of white, purple and blue wild flowers. Not wanting one of these wayward branches to knock us out, we quickly captured these beauties in their brief spring show. Thank you Greg, for showing us this beautiful sight.