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In the Pink...

Not sure of the exact variety, but these beautiful pink Monkeyflowers were all over the Tioga Pass and other Sierra locations at higher elevations. And they're HUGE (just over an inch wide) compared to many other smaller kinds. Definitely NOT "belly flowers." LOL... I'll try to do some research, but if anyone knows specifically what these are, please let me know. Otherwise, enjoy! Thanks! (UPDATE! Thanks to Philip (OutdoorPDK) and Mark Egger, for identifying these as Lewis' Monkeyflowers mimulus lewisii).


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Taken on August 4, 2010