Behind my RV at Site#51 is the start of a hike or ending depending on from where you start. Spring and early summer offers an abundant array of colorful wildflowers to keep the hike moving. These pics were from early May. Elise Smith calls these" Sneezeweed" from her "Wildflower Watching in the Wichitas" book.
"Larkspur" was the name placed on this unique flower. The flowers in my last post were also found along this trail. I've never went back and counted the different species photographed on this day.
The Indian Blanket or as some like to call it " Firewheel " which is Oklahoma's state wildflower was well represented. This hike provides the photographer who might be interested in wildflowers and scenic landscape a wealth of opportunities !
At the end or beginning is Quanah Parker Dam which is a photography destination of it's own!