We’ve often seen Wyoming brown and I’ve seen it partly green but it, like so many other places in the country, had much rain this spring. That meant that conditions were ripe for wildflowers.  I loved these shooting stars and I think you can see how wet it was!

  1. Tish Farrell says:

    Beautiful wetness, Janet.

  2. Rain drops on plants always make me smile. Diamonds. 🙂

  3. I love those! Is that Praire Smoke there too laying down in front? It was wet indeed!

    • I had no idea, but now that I looked it up online, I believe you’re right. I love the shooting stars as well as the Prairie Smoke (s?). Yes, it was very wet, so many lovely drop shots. 🙂

      • It sure did look like Prairie Smoke, but weighted down with dew and not standing upright. I only see it in the high country. I remember the first time I learned what it was I was hiking up one of the trails to Mt. Shasta. I’ve never forgotten it. The meadow and ridge was covered in them and the view from there was stunning.

  4. I love the fine hair on the edges of the leaves. A great combo with the water droplets.

  5. Dan Antion says:

    I love water drops, Janet but we had more than our share this year. That’s a beautiful photo.

  6. de Wets Wild says:

    I feel refreshed just looking at the beautiful image!

  7. restlessjo says:

    Gorgeous! Are they cyclamen, Janet? 🙂 🙂

  8. joey says:

    Such a pretty capture!

  9. marianallen says:

    Oh, what a splendiferous picture!

  10. Robert says:

    Magnificent capture! Such details can be seen!

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