Flowers

I am happy that most of these don't bite humans thumbnail
A few enlarged versions of the previous picture. thumbnail
Another pretty flower. thumbnail
An interesting flower thumbnail
Lots of yellow flowers today. thumbnail
More yellow thumbnail
A smaller version of the last picture thumbnail
Antother pretty flower along the side of the trail. thumbnail
A nature. thumbnail
More insects...and a pretty flower thumbnail
Some of those flowers.   Lupine, I think. thumbnail
Amazing colors. thumbnail
Flower, up close thumbnail
Interesting little beetles on this daisy. thumbnail
Also saw some pretty flowers. thumbnail
An interesting flower.  Bladder Campion or Silene vulgaris ? thumbnail
An amazing bouquet thumbnail
Another amazing view. thumbnail
ho hum another pretty meadow. thumbnail
Peter captures the meadow and mountains thumbnail
Another view of the pretty meadow on the way to Küblis thumbnail

I am happy that most of these don't bite humans

Photo by Peter.

A few enlarged versions of the previous picture.

Hard to tell what this is, but my current guess is Yarrow/Achillea:
See wiki page link

From Wikipedia:
Achillea is a genus of about 85 flowering plants, in the family Asteraceae. The common name "yarrow" is normally applied to Achillea millefolium,[3] but may also be used for other species within the genus. They occur in Europe, temperate areas of Asia, and in North America. These plants typically have frilly, hairy, aromatic leaves.

These plants show large, flat clusters of small flowers at the top of the stem. These flowers can be white, yellow, orange, pink or red.

The genus was named for the Greek mythological character Achilles. According to the Iliad, Achilles' soldiers used yarrow to treat their wounds,[4] hence some of its common names such as allheal and bloodwort.

Another pretty flower.

Photo by Cathy

An interesting flower

Photo by Cathy

Prunella vulgaris? see Google images.

Lots of yellow flowers today.

Photo by Cathy

More yellow

Photo by Cathy

A smaller version of the last picture

Photo by Cathy

Antother pretty flower along the side of the trail.

Photo by Cathy

Adenostyles alpina - Alpendost?
See: http://images.summitpost.org/original/617735.JPG

A nature.

Photo by Justin

Pretty!

More insects...and a pretty flower

Photo by Cathy

Some of those flowers. Lupine, I think.

Photo by Cathy

Amazing colors.

Photo by Cathy

Flower, up close

Photo by Cathy

Interesting little beetles on this daisy.

Photo by Peter

Also saw some pretty flowers.

Photo by Cathy

An interesting flower. Bladder Campion or Silene vulgaris ?

Photo by Peter.

Possibly found it here (link)

An amazing bouquet

Photo by Cathy

Seen up on the mountain, near the marmots.

Another amazing view.

Photo by Peter.

Flowers everywhere, every day of the trip!

ho hum another pretty meadow.

Photo by Peter

Peter captures the meadow and mountains

Photo by Peter

Another view of the pretty meadow on the way to Küblis

Photo by Peter

I am happy that most of these don't bite humans
A few enlarged versions of the previous picture.
Another pretty flower.
An interesting flower
Lots of yellow flowers today.
More yellow
A smaller version of the last picture
Antother pretty flower along the side of the trail.
A nature.
More insects...and a pretty flower
Some of those flowers.   Lupine, I think.
Amazing colors.
Flower, up close
Interesting little beetles on this daisy.
Also saw some pretty flowers.
An interesting flower.  Bladder Campion or Silene vulgaris ?
An amazing bouquet
Another amazing view.
ho hum another pretty meadow.
Peter captures the meadow and mountains
Another view of the pretty meadow on the way to Küblis

Our Flower Gallery

I would like to someday identify the flowers that we saw. Here are some of the resources that have been helpful so far: