flo01: Bill photographed these large Paintbrush along with Showy Goldeneye and Sticky Geranium flowers in the Albion Basin area, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Range, Utah.
flo02: Phyllis made this image of a Wasatch wildflower bouquet. Featured are Indian Paintbrush, Showy Goldeneye, Sticky Geranium and Leafy Jacob's Ladder.
flo03: Albino Monkshood. We found a small stand of these rare flowers on a hike in Little Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Mountains. The vast majority of Monkshood flowers are a deep bluish purple color (see flo21 and 35). We worked together to diffuse the light and waited patiently for the wind to cease so we could capture this one image.
flo04: Bill captured first light on Devil's Castle in Albion Basin, Little Cottonwood Canyon, with a large field of Indian Paintbrush and Leafy Jacob's Ladder in the foreground.
flo05: Bridges Evening-Primrose photographed by Phyllis in a canyon on Cedar Mesa in southern Utah.
flo06: Bill hiked into Ferguson Canyon near our house after an early spring snow shower and found this "delicate arch" of a Glacier Lily bent over by snow.
flo07: Phyllis's image of fireweed near the shore of Lake Mary, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo08: A stand of fireweed on the shore of Cecret Lake with Devil's Castle in the background; Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo09: Fireweed and asters on the shore of Lake Mary, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo10: a portrait of leafy Jacob's ladder and silvery lupine by Phyllis
flo11: silvery lupine by Phyllis
flo12: another view of fireweed and asters with clouds reflecting in Lake Mary, by Phyllis
flo13: Phyllis' image of Indian Paintbrush, along with lupine and sticky geraniums, in the Albion Meadows area of Little Cottonwood Canyon; stormy clouds on the horizon
flo14: A Wasatch wildflower garden found near a small stream by Bill. The magenta flowers are Lewis monkey flowers; large white flowers are Richardson's geraniums, and the small white ones are heartleaf bittercress
flo15: Showy goldeneye flowers, along with Indian paintbrush, high above the Albion Meadows area, Little Cottonwood Canyon
flo16: Lupine and showy goldeneye sunflowers in the Albion meadows area of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo17: showy goldeneye sunflowers in the Albion Meadows area , Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo18: Silvey lupines, sticky geraniums and a cone flower by Phyllis; Albion Meadows area of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo19: leafy Jacob's ladder and silvery lupine by Phyllis
flo20: Yellow columbines along a stream in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Mountains
flo21: the common monkshood; compare with the albino version of # flo03
flo22: desert (wavy) Indian paintbrush; southern Utah
flo23: yellow monkeyflowers, Wasatch Mountains
flo24: yellow columbine, Wasatch Mountains
flo25: Elephant's head. Named for the obvious resemblance when you get down close. These beautiful flowers like boggy areas and often can be found along with shooting stars (flo26).
flo26: Wasatch shooting stars. Like elephant's heads (flo25), they prefer boggy areas.
flo27: Lewis monkeyflowers
flo28: Phyllis captured the tall spires of late larkspur, along with the cone-shaped flowers of giant hyssop in the Albion Meadows area of Little Cottonwood Canyon in late summer
flo29: the beautiful flowers of green gentian
flo30: Yucca; Red Rocks Recreation Area, southern Utah
flo31: Prince's Plume; Capitol Reef National Park
flo32: Western Columbine, Colorado version, photographed in the Crested Butte area of the Colorado Rockies
flo33: Western Columbine, Utah version, photographed in the Wasatch Mountains
flo34: Claret Cup cactus southern Utah
flo35: Monkshood, Wasatch Mountains, Utah