Unusual Flora

In the quest for compelling images it’s always a pleasure to happen onto something a little out of the ordinary.  Nature is full of variation—part of the continuous challenge to adapt and survive.  During the short wildflower season in Alaska, Chiming Bells are among the early bloomers with delicate drooping clusters of blossoms which when fully open are usually a vibrant sky-blue color.  But now and then they appear in a pink variation like the one below, which is part of a small colony in Denali National Park.

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