The broadleaf lupine is one of my favorite wildflowers on Mount Rainier. They can be so numerous at the sub-alpine level that they can create a sea of blue mixed with spatters of other well-known wildflowers of other vibrant and contrasting colors. These were photographed on Mount Rainier's southern face close to the tree line.
- © 2011
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- Contained in galleries
- Blue & Purple Wildflowers, Fabaceae (Peas and Legumes)