Certainly one of the jewels of the western United States is Lewisia rediviva. This photo was taken in central Wyoming along the Beaver Divide a bit east of Lander. Early in July that year our group had been exploring the hoodoos to the west of the Divide and decided to 'botanize' the area. Dick Yeatts came across a patch of these lovelies along the north face of a ravine. The contrast of the brilliantly colored Lewisia with the predominantly muted tones in this place made for quite a sight. Photo credits to Bob Skowron.