Hiking, Snowshoeing, Photography, and Travel in Colorado and Beyond
Friday, July 17, 2009
The Prairie Coneflower (
) is common on roadsides and other disturbed areas. It blooms from July to August. Native Americans used it as a remedy for snakebit and
These pictures were taken next to the small trail leading out from NCAR's fitness center to the trail on the side of the building.
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