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Two Lupin (07/09/2006) A big and little lupin found in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Coco Found a Stick (07/09/2006) Coco found a stick!
Cow Parsnip (07/09/2006) This backside view of the Cowsparsnip brings out the flare of the double umbel.
Meadow Rue (07/09/2006)
Geranium Leaf (07/09/2006)
Jacob s Ladder (07/09/2006)
Monk s Hood (07/09/2006) Buds of the Monk's Hood (Aconitum spp.). I guess I will have to come back next week to see it in bloom.
Indian Paintbrush (07/09/2006) A litter Indian Paintbrush growing along the Little Water Trail.
Dangerous Crossing (07/09/2006) A native plant enthusiast dares the crossing of the Little Water Fork of Mill Creek.
Indian Paintbrush (07/09/2006) A darker red indian paint brush.
Penstemon Going to Seed (07/09/2006) Penstemon going to seed in the Little Water area.
Little Water Trail (07/09/2006) The Little Water Trail at the top of Mill Creek Canyon in the Wasatch Mountains.
Floral Arrangement (07/09/2006) A Sticky Geranium shares a floral arrangement with a Scarlet Gilia.
Floral Collection (07/09/2006)
Mint (07/09/2006) A wild mint in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Wild Clover (07/09/2006) A collection of wild clover growing in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Unknown Flower (07/09/2006) Possibly a sedge.
Wild Clover (07/09/2006) A wild clover in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon in the Wasatch.
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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