Kodachrome Basin State Park
Oct. 2002


It was mid-October, and lining parts of Kodachrome Basin were brilliant yellow flowers. And along with the flowers were huge numbers of bees.
The bees
I thought I could at least manage to identify the wild flower if not this particular bee. However, I still haven't pinned a name to the flower, although calling it the Yellow Bee Plant (Cleome lutea) is a very strong temptation.

Bee working flowers

Photography note: The photos were taken with a Pentax LX and the Voigtlander 125mm macro lens.  

Kodachrome lizards

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