Late Winter Wildflowers North of the 45th Parallel

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A beautiful day to break out the Nikon and take wildflower photos.

The slopes west of Mosier were beginning to become alive with color.

Dramatic purples and yellows dotted the landscape.

The warm sunshine brought out the wonderful smells of the rich soils and fragrant flowers.

Grass Widow

Desert Parsley

Looking down the Columbia River Gorge

Prairie Star

Grass Widows

Western Saxifrage

Damage from last year’s Eagle Creek wildfire










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