J and I went for a hike today and got some photos of wild flowers.
I’m fussing around with a new camera body (Canon 60D which is an older model, but for that reason was on sale at a price I could afford, and was a significant upgrade from my T1i, which is very very old).
The weather really cooperated – cool for easy hiking, overcast for some diffused light.
Indian Paint Brush is one of my favorites – love the color! This one looks like the bugs are getting to it.
This photo is a bit disorganized in terms of composition and lack of specific focus item, but I love love love the colors in these flowers! So I included it.
These little tiny guys were on the edge of a cliff overlooking Arch Falls – one of many waterfalls up in Hyalite Canyon. They are just so sweet! I think they measure about 2.5 inches tall.