Desert Wildflowers Nevada - Utah
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2015 Wildflower Reports
Oct 27, 2015 Bill Reports: Taken on October 19, 2015 in Rockville Utah
Oct 20, 2015 DUSA Reports: Both Nevada and Utah are getting rain, almost one inch in Zion on the 19th. Arches and Canyonland are also getting rain. Red Rock Canyon in Nevada had some flash floods in their area. Here is a photo of the flash flood at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
Picture taken on Oct 18th park photo
Oct 15, 2015
Steve Reports: Carbon County, Utah - Last Friday Pat King and I went up to Scofield Reservoir to see if we could get some good Milky Way pictures with lake reflections. Neither of us had been there before so we got there about 5 hours before dark and explored around the lake. Hoary aster and Thistle were still blooming a bit, but the most impressive sight were the colors of the willows and grasses. Even the sage covered hillsides had some red purple colors to them.
The best part was our stop at Fish Creek. From the road we walked along the creek for about 400 yards and passed 5 beaver dams/ponds in that short distance.
Except for healthy clumps of Aspens with yellow leaves, most had lost their leaves. It made an interesting photo with them silhouetted at the top of a hill. I hope you like it. It was grey and overcast until just at dusk - when it cleared up FAST. That allowed us to take some Milky Way pictures.
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