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Alpine Treasure | by Kahlee Spiritdancing
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Alpine Treasure

These cone-shaped clusters of American Bistort blossoms populated many of the high meadows around White Wolf, May Lake and other areas along Tioga Pass Road. The whole cluster isn't much larger than an inch, so this is quite up close and personal...


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Taken on July 24, 2010