This shot was taken on July 1st from Kamiak Butte looking southeast toward Moscow Mountain, Idaho (the blue-ish mountain on the left end of the horizon), Tomer Butte (the little pointy cone in the center) and Paradise Ridge (the longer rise on the right). Beneath Paradise Ridge, you can see a tiny white-ish rectangle which is the Kibbie Dome at the University of Idaho in Moscow.
The flowers are arrowleaf balsamroot that bloomed very late that year, because of a very late winter that turned into a cool, wet spring. Balsamroot is a perennial, native to the western US, found in the Palouse region primarily on open hillsides.
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