The question is not what you look at, but what you see.
- Henry David Thoreau
Early spring on the prairies can seem rather drab - all bare trees and dead brown grass. But if you look closely there are little splashes of color to reward you. These were taken in south-west Saskatchewan around Eastend and Cypress Hills.
There were lots of prairie crocus around. Although I'd already taken lots of photos of these I couldn't resist a few more.
I'm terrible at identifying flowers. The only other one I think I know are the mountain shooting stars.
Id's are welcome if you know what any of these others are.
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