It was only just a few weeks ago the shooting stars were well how to say it…shooting with all their might. Now they’re gone but not easily forgotten.
Members of the primrose family these flowers bloom in early spring in a variety of habitats including seasonally wet areas to sagebrush steppe.
The species photographed is Bonneville Shootingstar: Dodecatheon conjugens which is the most common species of shooting star in our area.
Gone for now or perhaps just making room for the next group of flowers to have there say.