9 Jun 2007

Yosemite Wildflower Photo Journal

Although Yosemite does not really get carpeted with flowers, I got to see plenty scattered around, which accentuated the beauty of the meadows and riverbanks. I came back with a collection of flowers that I had never seen before. I took these pictures for my records and learning, so I'm parking them here even if some are not post worthy!

California Indian Pink (Silene laciniata)


Wild Blue Flag

Snow Plant

Mountain Misery

Blue Dicks

Indian Paintbrush

Spring Beauty

Storksbill


Yellow Violet

Woodland Star


Yellow Salsify

Pride of the Mountain

Mountain Pretty Face

Fiddlesticks

Fairy Lantern

Lupine


California Poppy

Birdsfoot Trefoil


Bird's Eye


Wild Bleeding Heart

Blue Larkspur

2 comments:

Nature and Me said...

Wow - this is such an extensive list. Shilpa - your blog is soon going to become the reference point for wildflowers!

Mountian Misery - what a sad name for such a lovely bloom.

shilpa/eon said...

I have many more wildflower pictures to post. Need to sort them out first.

We did a hike in Yosemite and the narrow trail ran in the middle of a huge meadow covered with these pretty flowers,as far as the eye could see.
It gets its name because of its medicinal smell and sticky resin.