I made this image an hour after sunrise during my first hike in Tatra Mountains National Park, southern Poland, less than a couple kilometers from the border with Slovakia. I had no idea the flowers would be in full bloom and be it that I only had one day to hike, this was a lucky happening. The Tatras are known for unpredictably foul weather, marked by strong winds and rain. The crocus flowers, like the cherry blossoms in Washington DC, only last a few days and the day after I left, the weather prevented further access to the mountains for the rest of the week.
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