I first photograph a member of the Paintbrush family of wildflowers several years ago on the Blue Ridge Parkway – I only found it once – and have never been able to identify what species it was. Since then I’ve photographed members of this family in several other locations – including Colorado and in Glacier National Park. This past May, I found some wonderful bright orange-red Texas Paintbrush (castilleja indivisa) north of Dallas. I love the colors and shapes of the various members of paintbrush family. I’m always on the lookout for ones I haven’t seen.
This photograph is available as either at 10 X 10″ or 20 X 20″ gallery-wrapped canvas. You can order Texas Paintbrush from my website.