Kettle Mountain Meadows

I thought I’d add a visual coda to the series on colours in plants, since Bryant is feeling under the weather today. These photographs are from last weekend’s near-solitary field-trip up to the peak of Kettle Mountain while I was attending Botany BC. As of a few weeks ago, these meadows formed part of the northeast edge of the Cascade Recreation Area, but they have now been added to E.C. Manning Provincial Park. One hopes that this might mean additional enforcement in dealing with those who despoil the meadows by driving off-trail (examples of both responsible and irresponsible use if one searches Youtube for “Whipsaw” and “Trail”).

Kettle Mountain Meadows
Kettle Mountain Meadows
Kettle Mountain Meadows

11 responses to “Kettle Mountain Meadows”

  1. nina-rosa

    what a nice place, full of petals…
    thanks for these nice photos !!

  2. Marilyn Brown

    So beautiful — thank you, thank you.

  3. Wouter Bleeker

    Are the reds Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja spec.), or…?
    Amazing spot.
    Wouter

  4. hong

    What pleasing fields filled with beautiful wildflowers that delight every one who sees them.

  5. Judy Sinclair

    Simply delightful, thank you!

  6. Cindy

    What perfectly gorgeous pictures with the southern United States so tinderbox dry it’s great to see other parts of the continent looking so refreshingly beautiful

  7. Melissa in South Carolina

    Oh, so beautiful, these mountains and wildflowers. Cindy – I surely agree with you – I’m smack in middle of the blazing hot, dry southeastern US and wishing for high altitudes and cool breezes.

  8. elizabeth a airhart

    the flields of glory thank you
    claude monet
    i perhaps owe haveing become a painter to flowers
    daniel there are enough flowers in the pictures to become
    a whole weeks postings
    ti’s ugly hot in florida

  9. Ellen

    Thank You for another beautiful background for my work pc for the day .

  10. Phyllis

    There is nothing more beautiful than an mountain meadow. Thanks for the photos.

  11. Jan Phillips

    Your meadows are so full of deep colours, they are an amazing contrast to ours which are all pastels!

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