Wildflowers of Wyoming

A photographic collection celebrating the rich colors of the natural world

I took this series of wildflower photographs in late June 2014.  This collection celebrates the vast range of color found in the natural world—clean white and pale pinks, unbelievably deep purples and blues, and vibrant golds.  The flower colors play off lush green leaves, dusty brown soil, downed wood, a slightly mysterious water body, and yellowing pine needles.  I shot these photos primarily in Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Parks, although several were taken at Teton Village Resort.  I found the showy milkweed nearby at the St. Anthony Dunes in eastern Idaho.

This collection is currently available as a 5″ x 7″ postcard set.  Please contact me if you would like custom prints made.

 

Linda

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