Six Mile Creek & Mulholland Wildflower Preserve
I'm laughing here because my camera lens looks gigantic compared to Jing!
Beads of rain rest gently on newly formed leaves.
The Large-flowered Trillium is frequently cultivated in wildflower gardens.
More wildflowers along the trail.
Most of the wildflowers in the preserve have not yet bloomed. These were only just beginning.
The trail required the crossing of several waterfalls of this type.
Waterfalls were plentiful, each emptying into Six Mile Creek.
Approaching the lake, which is just beyond the dam in the background.
This, the second largest waterfall along the creek, guards the entrance to a large lake.
This plant, which appears to be a fern of some kind, was growing out of a crack in the gorge.