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Flowers of Berkeley Park #2

This clear mountain stream is from snowmelt that is still above until mid-August. The flowers along side it are Sitka Valerian(white), Lupine(blue), Mountain Heather(pink bush), and one Magenta Paintbrush. The second photo is a little further down the trail. God really knows how to plant a garden, doesn't he. In addition to the above flowers this photo contains Mountain Bistort(small white puffs), the seed pods of the Western Anemone(big grayish puffs....the flowers bloom much earlier as the snow just begins to melt) and Snow Buttercup (yellow). I don't know what the daffodil-shaped buds will be...my guess is Yellow Bell.

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cynthia berridge 05 Jun 2009

perfect love the enlarged flower shot

Beatrix Jahn 20 Feb 2009

This kind of place is the ultimate for me outdoors! Breathtaking beauty, is all I can say.

annette steens 02 May 2008

a delight to look at!

S.I. Sheehan 14 Mar 2008

The kindest congratulations I offer you Mary. Your work is always breathtaking. ~S

stephanie atlee 01 Mar 2008

What a beautiful place...just lovely captures