I think it’s difficult to really show the scope and impact of a meadow filled with wildflowers in a photo. So many of them are small and there’s so much grass. But I’ve done my best to show the plethora of the wildflowers carpeting the mountain meadows this spring. Take my word for it, it was stunning.

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Comments
  1. Su Leslie says:

    Beautiful.Especially the last shot; I love the scattering of colour through the meadow.

  2. Looks like the tips of a box of crayons shining bright. 🙂

  3. billgncs says:

    and smells better than it looks !

  4. Cee Neuner says:

    Beautiful Janet. 😀

  5. Such stunning Meadows. I dream of a place so beautiful and colorful… There’s just an incredible sense of peace here in your photos. I can almost imagine myself there, the scene of flowers purfuming the breeze.

  6. Janet, I absolutely agree, which is why I harvested flowers from my new wildflower meadow to post. It’s terribly hard to show how meadows appear, especially as natural light spreads like wings in and through and around the beauties.

  7. Dan Antion says:

    Wildflowers are so pretty. I hope you have a great weekend, Janet

  8. de Wets Wild says:

    Beautiful beyond description!

  9. Hammad Rais says:

    Such a gorgeous meadow 🙂

  10. joey says:

    Agreed. As with most scenery, being in it makes it a thousand times more beautiful, but you’ve captured lovely bits here. Ah, Meadow. ❤️

  11. Lovely meadows with all the beautiful flowers.

  12. susurrus says:

    What an uplifting sight!

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