Mt. Edith Cavell Wildflowers
July 26, 2009
Even some of the lichens on the otherwise bare rock were attractive, and I guess the plant at right fits into the class of "weird but notable".
The indian paintbrush on the right is an old friend, but I can't immediately remember the yellow cluster on the left.
The tiny blue flowers on the left are only 6 or 7 mm across. The yellow flowers are common, but these were extraordinarily colorful.
The green puff on the left is another candidate for the weird category, while the pink cluster on the right is exquisite.
These flowers are mostly in the order I found them as I came down the trail. Except for this bottom collection, I focused in on outstanding natural examples. These last four images are wider views of settings I found alongside the trail.
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