Sunday, June 7, 2015


While in the wilds of Utah I found myself taking groupings of photographs. One of these groups are wildflowers.

I have them spread throughout several folders. Spent some time researching the flowers I came upon while hiking in Kanab, Zion, Bryce and Arches.

I did discover Utah's State Flower is a Sego Lily. It is impressive to see these beautiful flowers growing in the dry, sandy soil of the desert. Nature always finds a way to survive.

Utah's State Flower - Sego Lily

Sego Lily

Pea Family of Flowers

Stonecrop Family - closest I could find to identify

Evening Primrose

Prickly Pear

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