Saturday, June 13, 2009

Mountain Wildflowers

Today was the annual family reunion of my husband's family. It was held in Thermopolis, Wyoming where they grew up. I managed to get some wildflower pictures going over the mountains, pictured is lupine and balsam root and an unidentified little white flower. (Enlarge to see it better) Hope you're having a great weekend. Diane


Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Diane, Hope you had a great day at the reunion. The wild flowers are just so pretty--especially when you enlarge them.

Have a great Sunday.

Jayne said...

Looks like it could be a painting Diane! Gorgeous!

Kathy McCreedy said...

Good Morning, Diane! I apologize that it took me so long to get over here and say hello and thank you! The photo of the wildflowers is simply amazing... I'd SO love to see them in person! Thank you always for your very kind and generous comments you leave me... it's such a treat for me!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Good Morning Diane,
Love that picture.Wildflowers have a beauty all their own.Have a great day.We are off to the city with friends to help them get new cameras.

Denise said...

Love the wild flowers.... I am trying to get some started in my tree grove but I need wild flowers for shade! AND to answer your question.... if you will go back to my pictures and look at the 16th picture down, it is the old lone hanging pot with some green stuff growing...... that is some kind of ground cover that I just love and I have it planted everywhere so that when I need it for a little spot I have a lot of "stash" hanging around........If you will click on it you can see it up close...... I have no idea what it is but I love it!