Crimson Columbine hanging out at the local watering hole...
On my latest Sierra adventure, I found a whole shrub of Crimson Columbines hovering above a small watersource along Tioga Pass Road. They are such eyecatching flowers, and yet I missed them on my first pass. Glad I spotted them on my second!
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