Ron Hanko's photos

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Desert Lavender

This and the insets are a few more of the wildflowers we saw while hiking to an old gold mining mill, Wall Street Mill, in Joshua Tree National Park.

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Desert Bluebell

These are the flowers of Desert Bluebell, not a Bluebell at all but a Phacelia. They were photographed along the trail to the Wall Street Mill, and old gold mining mill in Joshua Tree National Park.

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Sand Verbena and Birdcage Primrose

These were photographed along the road as we drove to the trailhead for Wall Street Mill. The mill is an old gold mining millin Joshua Tree National Park.

Woolly Daisy

On our way to the trailhead for Wall Street Mill in Joshua Tree National Park, we stopped to photograph some wildflowers, these Woolly Daisies among them.

Woolly Daisy

These were photographed in Joshua Tree National Park and are the Woolly Daisy, Eriophyllum wallacei, if I am not mistaken.

Woolly Daisy

Photographed in Joshua Tree National Park, this is the Woolly Daisy, Eriophyllum wallacei.

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Birdcage Evening Primrose

On the second day of our visit to Joshua Tree National Park we first hiked the Hidden Valley trail and then headed north to the Wall Street Mill trail. That trail ends at an old gold mining mill but we took a long time getting them because we found an area full of wildflowers and stopped to photograph them. This is the Birdcage Evening Primrose or Basket Evening Primrose, huge flowers on a tiny plant. We saw them again along the trail but these were a first for us.

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Birdcage Evening Primrose

This is the Birdcage Evening Primrose or Basket Evening Primrose, huge flowers on a tiny plant. These were photographed along the trail to Wall Street Mill, an old gold mining mill, in Joshua Tree National Park.

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Birdcage Evening Primrose

This is the Birdcage Evening Primrose or Basket Evening Primrose, huge flowers on a tiny plant. These were photographed along the road to the Wall Street Mill trail, an old gold mining mill, in Joshua Tree National Park.
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