A blog by an astrophysicist mostly about things that have nothing to do with astrophysics.
Identify flowers, please! If you are going to take such lovely photos, I expect a botanical report.Well, done!
The first picture was taken in the High Uintas so the flowers are those that are common there. The photo is in Naturalist Basin at about a little over 10,000 ft.The second is a Macaeranthera linearis which is related to a variety of flowers called Asters (also related to Daisies). The picture was taken in Utah on the slopes of Mt. Timpanogos.The third one I can't identify but I suspect that it is part of the Violet family. The picture was taken in Zions National Park.The last is Asclepias tuberosa commonly known as Butterfly-weed or Pleurisy-root. The picture was taken at the North Carolina Botanical Garden.
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