Capturing The Moment — Wildflowers In Ventana Canyon   10 comments

Early Morning Hike Into Ventana Canyon to Maiden Pools — Images by kenne

Wildflowers are adding to tha already natural beauty of the Ventana Canyon in the Santa Catalina Mountains.


Goodding Verbena

Desert Anemone

Still Searching For Name Of This Blue Wildflower

Arizona Penstemon

Caliche Globemallow

Goodding Verbena

Western Sneezeweed

Bee On Mexican Poppy

Sara Orange Tip Butterfly — Images by kenne

I’m still learning the names of Sonoran Desert wildflowers, so your knowledgeable help will be most appreciated.

kenne

(Click here to see a slideshow of these image on Flickr.)

10 responses to “Capturing The Moment — Wildflowers In Ventana Canyon

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  1. I believe the blue flower you are looking for a name for is a phacelia although I am not sure exactly which species

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  2. I love when flowers grow through the cracks of the rock. It’s beautiful.

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  3. There are no wildflowers around Continental Divide yet. We still have snow on the ground on north slopes and in shady places. You make me long for spring. However, that first photograph with the abstract of cacti in shadow and the sunshine on the peak is stunning. I love coming here.

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  4. Ooh, I moved too fast. I missed the last photo. It was slow to load. Sara Orange Tip Butterfly lit on blossoms. That’s an exciting photograph.

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  7. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    Partly cloudy a cool 55 degrees here in Tucson, so we are inside thinking about the beautiful wildflowers in the canyon — Enjoy. — kenne

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