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As Far As The Eye Can See - April 01 free photo

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In one of the most dramatic, seasonal flower blooms in North America, wildflowers completely fill huge, alpine meadows in Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains. These high-elevation openings explode in a rainbow of color each summer, usually during the second week of July. Millions of pollinators, from butterflies and bees to hummingbirds, fill the air, all taking advantage of a short, summer feast.