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We saw this beautiful, light pink wildflower while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park last summer. It was just exquisite!

I never posted it because I couldn’t identify it. I love the long, delicate pistil and stamens. Have you ever seen a wildflower like this?

Do you know what kind of wildflower it is?


4 Responses to “We Saw A Beautiful, Light Pink Wildflower While Hiking In Rocky Mountain National Park”

  1. Debra Niedbalski says:

    This flower or group of flowers remind me of the ballet. Somewhat reminiscent of Degs ballerinas. Lovely!

  2. Jeff says:

    Shared this pic over on google plus, and heard back that this might be a Brook Saxifrage. Pg165 of Guide to Colorado Wildflowers, Vol 2 by G. K. Guennel´╗┐, thanks to Colorado photographer Mike Howard.

  3. Manny says:

    What a gorgeous, gracious and delicate treasure, Mel. Bless you for sharing it. Sorry to say that I am not good at coming up with names for nature’s treasures.

  4. Mel says:

    Thanks, Jeff. I’ll have to find a copy of that wildflower book and check it out. It’s one that I don’t have. Thanks so much!

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