A Great Summer For Wildflowers
Abundant rains in Northern Arizona produced a kaleidoscope of colors and hues in the flora at Kaibab National Forest and Grand Canyon National Park.
Wildflowers Persist At Zion’s Upper Elevations
From this past week.
Colorado’s Other Fall Colors
Although the leaves on the trees hadn’t begun to change color in Colorado mid-September, there were other colors popping. Surprisingly, wildflowers were still blooming.
You want Wildflowers?
It’s summer and the wildflowers are abundant at Kaibab National Forest in Northern Arizona
Cedar Breaks Wildflower Festival
This year’s festival at Cedar Breaks National Monument had a late bloom due to a cold and wet winter. Snow was still in the area until June. Cedar Breaks is at an elevation between 9 and 10,000 feet. The columbine were in full bloom but the sunflowers and lupine were a little late in blooming.…
With an abundance of moisture this spring in the desert southwest, flora was blooming all over the place!
Gold Butte National Monument
Never heard of it? It is an area northeast of Las Vegas that President Obama set aside in 2016. Trump wants to shrink it. It comprises some 300,000 acres of pure and unadulterated desert landscape and is home to Desert Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Lions. I loved the remoteness. We camped about 20 miles from…
Grand Canyon National Park Is Not Just A Giant Lifeless Abyss
On the plateau surrounding the Grand Canyon, wildlife and wildflowers abound. It’s this part of Grand Canyon National Park that doesn’t make the cover of National Geographic but has a more subliminal charm.
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.
Flora And Some Fauna At Kaibab National Forest
Recently shot near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.