Roaring River Conservation Area

I finally got to spend some time at Roaring River C.A. this past spring when Casey and I made a trip to the southwest of the state. This location is easily seen driving to and from Roaring River State Park. At this time, the Castilleja coccinea (Indian paintbrush) and Camassia scilloides (wild hyacinth) were the stars of the show, accenting the hilly glades and savannahs.

Castilleja coccinea (Indian paintbrush) in bloom at Roaring River Conservation Area.
A sepia treatment was given to this infra-red capture of the savannah at Roaring River Conservation Area.