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I love to pull out the photographs from last summer that I haven’t posted yet. This one is of a beautiful, yellow Sunflower with a couple of white Globeflowers, making it look like a bouquet growing up on the tundra in Rocky Mountain National Park.

It makes me yearn for the warmer weather and the pretty wildflowers that we see so many of on the tundra. But winter in the mountains is just as spectacular…just different!

I thought that a wildflower would be a good post for Valentine’s Day. So, a Wildflower Bouquet from Rocky Mountain National Park to wish you all a very Happy Valentine’s Day!


2 Responses to “Beautiful, Yellow Sunflower Bouquet Growing On The Tundra in RMNP While Hiking Last Summer”

  1. Manny says:

    Wow, Mel! There, is the queen, being offered bouquets by two of her attending ladies.

  2. Kathleen says:

    Mel, thank you for your sunny post! Across the miles, we are sending You good vibes too! Spring is coming! 🙂

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