Doesn’t happen often, and is likely a welcome respite for you all.
Instead, some photos of late-blooming wildflowers spied on my morning run in the forested mountains. In those shady spots where winter’s snow clings the longest and where a stream is fed enough water to run all summer, a few hardy wildflowers keep struttin’ their stuff, delighting the eye.
I delight in exploring the national forest near my Idaho home on foot, whether trail running, hiking, or xc skiing, with my two dogs by my side, taking photos of nature and wildlife. An author and freelance writer, I love observing and writing about the natural world, and dogs, and am a long-time contributing editor at Bark magazine. I used to practice law for a living. I much prefer the writing life.
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1 thought on “Late Bloomers”
Lovely blooms… we have asters but I’ve never seen any of those in the first photo. Love that last shot!