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Rocky Mountain Wildflowers: A Web Site by Ray Rasmussen

This website is not meant to be a comprehensive coverage of the many species of wildflower found in Canada's Rocky Mountain National Park. Flowers are a capricius species—wind, rain, light all affect photographic opportunities. Mostly, one just looks and enjoys. But, sometimes the flowers and light conditions and weather are all ready at the same time. Some of my wildflower shots aren't very good—I include them because I like the little guys and because in some cases, like the Japanese Lantern [alpine bladder pod] they are only seen by those who are willing to go up into the high places--the rocky alpine slopes and peaks where they grow.

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