Flower Friday ~ Mountain colours

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Friday 25 March, 2016 by Uncle Spike

Here in the West Taurus mountains, we have plenty to roam, with pine forested peaks as far as the eye can see. As well as the trees, the local flora is lovely at this time of year, with grass and flowers like this one covering the rocky areas that remain just dusty brown for nine months of the year.

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12 thoughts on “Flower Friday ~ Mountain colours

  1. swamiyesudas says:

    A most lovely bunch of flowers, and to learn that they come up after months and months of dryness, Beautiful! Thanks for posting and Sharing, my Dear Spike! Regards. And much Love to Junior too! 🙂

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  2. Ladybuggz says:

    those wild flowers look like Irish Bells except of the stalk and succulent leaves, do they have a name?

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  3. dayphoto says:

    Nothing blooming here yet. The apricots are all froze, the blooms brown. But I have hope for other trees and flowers.

    Linda

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  4. Your home soil is so much like the California soil. Lovely contrast with the yellow and green of the wildflower.

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  5. tippysmom2 says:

    Beautiful. I love wildflowers and hope to do a Spring hike soon to view some our the local spring flowers.

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