Sucker for Lupines

The most abundant wildflower we encountered in Yosemite National Park was this type of lupine. I made the best of the available natural light to photograph these patches of purple flowers in their peak.  For those who scout for petal-peeping, these flowers were seen at the very end of May.

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More spring lupines

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A meadow filled with grasses and wildflowers

I made the best of the available natural light to photograph these patches of purple flowers in their peak, observed while growing in low elevation forested areas.

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