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Mystery Flower (07/09/2006)
Mystery (07/09/2006) A geranium going to seed?
Saxifrage (07/09/2006) A blurry Saxifrage.
Saxifrage Leaves (07/09/2006) This picture shows the saxifrage leaves (you can see some tiny blurred Saxifrage flowers).
Little Water Trail (07/09/2006) The Little Water Trail in the Wasatch Mountains.
Monkey Flower (07/09/2006) This Monkey Flower is clinging to an old log.
Monkey Flower (07/09/2006) A monkey flower clinging to an old log.
Cow Parsnip (07/09/2006) A different style of cows parsnip.
Western Coneflower (07/09/2006) Coneflower growing along the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.
Yarrow (07/09/2006) Yarrow growing in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Columbine (07/09/2006) A columbine (Aquilegia spp.) growing along the Little Water Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.
Columbine Closeup (07/09/2006) A Columbine (Aquilegia spp.) in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Mystery Plant (07/09/2006) There is a large number of yellow plants in the Mysteriaceae family.
Cow Parsnip (07/09/2006) It is hard to miss the Cows Parsnip.
Little Water Trail (07/09/2006) The Little Water trail enters a section of aspen.
Waterleaf?? (07/09/2006) Looks a bit like a waterleaf. This mysterious plant was found in the Little Water area of Mill Creek.
Lupin (07/09/2006) The distinctive spike of flowers from a Lupin.
The Big and Little Water Trails at the top of the Mill Creek Canyon road is a popular place for enjoying wildflowers. The trails lead to Dog lake, and hook up with the Desolation Trail.
I usually take these trails on flower hunting expeditions, in which case I am looking down at the ground and not up at the scenery.
Mill Creek Canyon
(193 pictures) The trails start at the end of Mill Creek Canyon road.
(123 pictures) This is a good place to find wildflowers.
(71 pictures) The Big Water Trail connects with the Desolation Trail.
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