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Upper Butcher Knife Canyon just looks like a bunch of sand at first, but many little pincushion flowers grow here

Upper Butcher Knife Canyon just looks like a bunch of sand at first, but many little pincushion flowers grow here A few yellow Groundsel flowers and orange Desert mallows brighten up the burned area hereThumbnailsAn instant later, I arrive near the top of Butcher Knife Canyon and start the downhill hikeA few yellow Groundsel flowers and orange Desert mallows brighten up the burned area hereThumbnailsAn instant later, I arrive near the top of Butcher Knife Canyon and start the downhill hikeA few yellow Groundsel flowers and orange Desert mallows brighten up the burned area hereThumbnailsAn instant later, I arrive near the top of Butcher Knife Canyon and start the downhill hikeA few yellow Groundsel flowers and orange Desert mallows brighten up the burned area hereThumbnailsAn instant later, I arrive near the top of Butcher Knife Canyon and start the downhill hikeA few yellow Groundsel flowers and orange Desert mallows brighten up the burned area hereThumbnailsAn instant later, I arrive near the top of Butcher Knife Canyon and start the downhill hike

Probably Chaenactis fremontii.