Cedar Forest Road wildflowers

When you miss the caravan for the cedar glade field trip and try to find it on your own and no one at headquarters knows where the van was headed and you drive and drive where the brochure said it might be, but eventually give up and turn around.
And then,
when you start to notice what’s on the side of the road:

shooting star
shooting star (Dodecathion meadia)
vervain
narrow-leaf vervain (Verbena simplex)
widow's cross w cig
widow’s cross and Malboro stub
widow's cross
Sedum pulchellum
false gromwell
false gromwell (Onosmodium molle)
Gattinger's lobelia
Gattinger’s lobelia (Lobelia gattingeri)
Aesclepius viridus : Green Antelope Horn  / Green milkweed/ w/ milkweed bug!
green antlelope horn milkweed (Asclepius viridis) and milkweed bugs
rose verbena Glandularia canadensis
rose vervain (Glandularia canadensis)
shasta
ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare)
atv glade
glade destroyed by all-terrain-vehicles

Cedar forest road

eastern whiteflower beardtongue Penstemon tenuiflorus
Eastern white beardstongue (Penstemon tenuiflorus)
Gattinger's prairie clover
Gattinger’s prairie clover (Dalea gattingeri)
heal all prunella vulgaris
Heal all (Prunella vulgaris)

12 gauge winchesteratv glade shellsblue rocks, red shell

dead cedar live cones
dead cedar, live cones
Hypoxis hirsuta yellow star grass
yellow star grass (Hipoxis hirsuta)
turquoise shells in a puddle
12 gauge still life
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