Cedar Breaks Flora


Cedar Breaks National Monument is a geologic marvel but in July, visitors come for the floral display. At over 10,000 feet in elevation, the seasons arrive later than sooner.

 

Silver Lupine and Indian Paintbrush bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

Silver Lupine and Indian Paintbrush bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Columbine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

Columbine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Columbine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Silver Lupine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Little sunflowers bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

Little sunflowers bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Silver Lupine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Little sunflowers bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Columbine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Silver Lupine bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Little sunflowers bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

 

Little sunflowers bloom at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah

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10 comments

  1. So beautiful, Mike! I love the lupine and paintbrush together – what a sight that must have been!

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  2. Oh I love the shape and supperposition of petals of the Columbine bloom. What an interesting flower !

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  3. You are so fortunate to be in one of my favorite areas of this country’s wild. You capture the stunning vistas and the smaller gems of this place.

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  4. WOW! … a beautiful collection … great work!

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