Exploring the Mountain Meadows of the west coast
If you’ve been following along with me here at Life-n-Reflection, then you’ve probably notice my love of natural meadows, prairie, and woodlands. While, I love a walk through the cultivated botanical gardens, it’s the woodlands that intrigue me. Each wildflower, thistle, and vine are really there by chance. Discovering and photographing each one feels like a gift.
The mountain meadows were even more rewarding to explore, since they are something I rarely get to see. I don’t know the name of these wildflowers. They remind of a purple allium with their globe like shape. I photographed these on Huckleberry Hill north of Pebble Beach and Big Sur.
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I rarely get to walk where there are wild flowers, but when I have, it is a joy to photograph them. This one is lovely. I would not have guessed that it was a wild flower.
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Lovely mountain flowers. They look at little like a flower I saw on an island just off the coast of Western Australia last year. Have a fabulous week.
That is so interesting, America, Australia, and India too!
These wild flowers are common in India too!
They must be a wildflower found in coastal places? Do they grow on the coast?