What Do High-Color, Closeups, Raindrops and Abstractness Have In Common


They are the by-products of a rainy day at the 13th Annual Wildflower Festival at Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah.

Raindrops On A Silvery Lupine Leaf

 

Fleabane

 

Cedar Breaks National Monument

 

Fleabane

 

Silvery Lupine

 

Englemann Spruce Needles

 

Engelmann Spruce Pine Cones

 

 

Silvery Lupine

 

Sunflower

 

Southern Ligusticum

 

 

Fleabane and Sunflowers

 

 

Aspen Bluebells

 

 

Silvery Lupine Leaves

 

Wide view of Cedar Breaks National Monument. Flowers are on the plateau.

 

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13 comments

  1. Beautiful! I especially like the spruce pine cones.

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  2. Such a delight your beautiful flower images!

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  3. Stunning photos…..especially the pine cones! What lens were you shooting with for the close-up?

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  4. Another beautiful post with wonderful images!

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  5. Lovely! Thanks for putting a name to many of the flowers I see during my travels.

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  6. Wow, beautiful, esp. the closeups. Must have been grand to see all spread out before you.

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