9 thoughts on “Wildflower Photos by Barbara Woyt

  1. Calochortus obispoensis, rare 1b.2 in the first image. Was this in Monterey County ? — all recent records are restricted to SLO County. If in Monterey, the location should be documented on CNDDB (California Natural Diversity Database) as the record is an important one.

  2. “I will not be another flower picked for my beauty and left to die. I will be wild, difficult to find, and impossible to forget.” – Erin Van Vuren

  3. Beautiful work, Barbara. The photos remind me of your inner beauty, which I still, after all these decades, cherish… Sterling

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