Alright! It’s time for a little Grass Widow craziness! This is the second post featuring images from Catherine Creek. For other great images visit the first post.
One of the things I love about hiking Catherine Creek in the Columbia River Gorge, on the Washington side, if the abundance of Wildflowers. One of the first to bloom in the late Winter/Early Spring is this beautiful flower called the Grass Widow. I first saw these flowers a year ago when I hiked Catherine Creek. While I found some decent images on that trip, I haven’t been 100% happy with those images. So, I couldn’t wait to get out there again while this beautiful flower was blooming. Finally I got out there last week, and almost thought I might have been too late? But never fear, this flower was everywhere. Whole fields of them! I tried to capture what these flowers looks like in groups over a grassy field, but am not sure I did that? What do you think?
On this trip also, I found two new wildflowers that I wasn’t familiar with before. The Woodland Star and the Saxifrage. Images of which will be in posts that I will create next week.
I myself am looking forward to my next trip to Catherine Creek, to see what new wildflower might be lurking among the prairie and woods of Catherine Creek.
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