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Field Of Cotton Grass
Field Of Cotton Grass
Species: Eriophorum angustifolium (narrowleaf cottonsedge, tall cotton-grass)

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Depression With Flowers
Depression With Flowers
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Field Of Flowers
Field Of Flowers
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Bunch Of Western Anenome
Bunch Of Western Anenome
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Field Of Flowers
And then some areas burst into a collection of flowers.
John Harvey Photo > Flowers in Manning Park > Field Of Flowers

Paintbrush And Lupine
I really like bright colours so this was a natural photo for me.
Species: Castilleja miniata (Giant Red Indian Paintbrush), Lupinus arcticus (Arctic Lupine)

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Flowers In Field
Flowers In Field
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Arctic Lupine and Arnica
The purple flowers are Artic Lupine - Lupinus arcticus. The yellow flowers are probably Mountain Arnica - Arnica latifolia, or Hairy Arnica - Arnica mollis - apparently the Arnica family hybrids easily.
John Harvey Photo > Flowers in Manning Park > Arctic Lupine and Arnica

Blowing Hairy Arnica
I believe the yellow flowers are Hairy Arnica - Arnica mollis. I've always like blowing flower pictures, but you have to find the right combination of bright flowers and dark background.
John Harvey Photo > Flowers in Manning Park > Blowing Hairy Arnica

Flowers By Picnic Tables
This was quite a nice bit meadow because of all the different flowers.
John Harvey Photo > Flowers in Manning Park > Flowers By Picnic Tables

Flowers by Rock

The soil is so thin that the spiecies change depending on
how close the rocks are to the surface.


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Hiking > Hiking Around Whistler > Flowers by Rock

Flowers in a Field

The sun was out for only a few minutes but it was low to the horizon which made the flowers interesting.


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