Lake Isabelle Wildflowers

Steve Parker and I ventured up into the Lake Isabelle area over the Fourth of July holiday to catch some of the early season (early for the high country) wildflowers. We were about 1-2 weeks away from peak viewing still, but check out the images below to see how they looked yesterday.

The Columbine were starting to bloom and we found some that were in full bloom (see below): lots of Prairie Primrose, some spots of Red Paintbrush (no White Paintbrush yet), lots of Buttercups and Daisies, and a tiny white or blue/white flower that we don’t know the name of, almost like Babies Breathe…

Still fairly early though. Venture up yourself in the next two weeks and send me some notes/comments on how you found the wildflowers to be….

Click on an image to start a slide show, then mouse-over near the upper third of either the right or left corner to see the navigation links…


Prairie Primrose Stream - Vertical

Prairie Primrose Bouquet

Lone Prairie Primrose and Log

Paintbrush Abstract

Columbine

Glorious Prairie Primrose Bouquet

Hikers in Saddle


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