Here’s a quick post on an image I took this past Saturday up in the White RIver National Forest — basically the area to the north of Vail, Colorado.
This flower is a Columbine, the State Flower of Colorado.
Posted in Fine Art and tagged B&W, bee, Columbine, white river national forest by greggl with 1 comment.
Harold, Mark, Bill and I ventured up to Lake Isabelle with our cameras last Sunday to see how the wildflowers were doing. It’s about that time of the year for them to be at peak blossom. But after hiking 6 miles total (3 in, 3 out) and only seeing a fraction of what the hike usually yields, I’d say we were about 2 weeks early. And that makes sense to me, since we had had such a late, cold and very wet spring — I think the high country is still trying to dry out and catch up to its normal season.
Posted in Landscapes and tagged Columbine, Indian Peaks Wilderness, Lake Isabelle, Paintbrush, Pawnee Pass, Prairie Primrose, Shooting Stars, stream, wildflowers by greggl with no comments yet.