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I saw this pretty white wildflower while hiking the Black Canyon Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park last summer. I never posted it because I didn’t what what it was. I think it is just exquisite!

Does anyone know what kind of wildflower this is?  The diameter of the flower is about  1 1/2 inches. It was about 12″ tall. Thanks!


2 Responses to “Beautiful, White With Pink Wildflower In The Fields On Black Canyon Trail By Lumpy Ridge In RMNP”

  1. Manny says:

    Another superb portrait of one of nature’s glorious treasures,. Sorry not to be able to put a name to it.

  2. scott mercer says:

    got me. should be easy to find. we saw several last summer in the area you note. once again your photo is superior to the various guides.

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