|Fendlerbush blossoms, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado|
Before long I came upon more Fendlerbush (Fendlera falcata (F. rupicola), which have been blooming for a while now. Still they are not done, at least not certain shrubs in the park. With the late afternoon light illuminating them from behind, they glowed even more. The deep shadows behind only served to make them stand out even more.
Their flower buds are pink, but as they open they turn a very pure white. The four petals make them an easy identify up here.
Photo location: Mesa Verde National Park, southwest Colorado. See more of my photography at www.NaturalMoment.com.
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