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Revising Mt. Lemmon Wildflowers #8   Leave a comment

This summer, the Big Horn Fire caused so much damage to the National Forest
in the Santa Catalina Mountains remains closed to the public. Therefore,
hiking and photographing wildflowers in the Catalinas will not be in 2020,
which provides a good excuse to revisit some wildflower photos over the past ten summers.

Thurber cinquefoil Wildflower — Image by kenne

Thurber Cinquefoil Wildflower Photo Essay — Back By Popular Demand   Leave a comment

(Clicked on any of the tiled images for a larger view in a slideshow format.)

Thurber cinquefoil Wildflowers (August 12, 2016) — Images by kenne

The Sunset Trail leading to Marshall Gulch is where you can find plenty of Thurber cinquefoil blooming this summer on Mt. Lemmon. I first learned of this beautiful wildflower from my Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN) friends in 2012 and continue to find it enjoyable to photograph — yes, “Back by popular demand!”

— kenne

Thurber Cinquefoil Wildflower   Leave a comment

Thurber Cinquefoil (1 of 1)-2 Grange Art BlogThurber Cinquefoil Wildflower — Grange art by kenne

I love taking wildflower photos —

for some observers

it may be just another nature photo,

I think not!

— kenne

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