My recent hikes have been all about the wildflowers. The Indiana woods - even abused places like Murray Forest - are full of tiny, beautiful flowers. To find them, though, you must look carefully and walk slowly, so slowly that you hear your boots squeak. It also helps to have an app like Seek for plant identification.
I’m not much of a photographer but here are some pictures from the past week.
Common blue violet
Virginia spring beauty
Downy yellow violet
Bonus (since it’s a tree, not a flower): Eastern redbud, which fairly glows when in bloom