Mt. Hood, Vista Ridge Trail, OR, 8/2016.
One of the more common and easy to identify of the dizzying array of yellow composite flowers; we were surprised to find we hadn’t yet posted it. (more…)
January 11, 2019 | Categories: Alpine, alpine/subalpine meadow, aster/composite, August, Cascades, Coastal, East of Cascades, July, marsh wetland/water's edge, Mid Elevation, Olympics, Oregon, SE Alaska, Southern Oregon / Northern California, Washington, yellow | Tags: cairn basin, flower, Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier, Vista ridge, wildflower | Leave a comment
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