~ In A Vase On Monday ~ Five Thousand Feet Above Sea-level ~

To my friends and blog followers please accept my apology for the absence of posts and views of your fine work this week. I have been fishing with my sister and brother-in-law, and living in a nice cabin at the summit of Willamette Pass, Oregon. WiFi is hard to get, so I gave up on posting and focused on fishing and taking pictures. Lots of good stuff to share in the future!


Common Red Paintbrush Castilleja miniata, Douglas’ Aster Aster subspicatus, Mountain monkey flower Mimulus tiling 


In homage to Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, here is my posy from the boggy meadows along the shores of Crescent Creek, featured in a shot glass on a wooden bench in front of the source.

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2 Responses to ~ In A Vase On Monday ~ Five Thousand Feet Above Sea-level ~

  1. dunelight says:

    I love mountain wildflowers. That paintbrush…

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