The Woodland Star is a tiny little flower belong to the genus Lithophragma. These wildflower are tiny, so tiny that I almost missed them on my hike last month at Catherine Creek. Which is kind of interesting because once I noticed them, I saw them all over the place. Along with the Grass Widows and other Saxifragas flowers, it was kind of difficult getting down in the wet grass without damaging other flowers growing in their groups. But carefully, and with help from my hiking partner, I was able to squeeze my body in between to other flowers, lay down and get a few interesting images of these beautiful flower.
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