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A few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forest I hike past another set of Wilderness markers on the west side of the Castle Peaks Road dry reservoirThumbnailsThe former ranch road cuts across a wide-open area in the New York Mountains foothillsI hike past another set of Wilderness markers on the west side of the Castle Peaks Road dry reservoirThumbnailsThe former ranch road cuts across a wide-open area in the New York Mountains foothillsI hike past another set of Wilderness markers on the west side of the Castle Peaks Road dry reservoirThumbnailsThe former ranch road cuts across a wide-open area in the New York Mountains foothillsI hike past another set of Wilderness markers on the west side of the Castle Peaks Road dry reservoirThumbnailsThe former ranch road cuts across a wide-open area in the New York Mountains foothillsI hike past another set of Wilderness markers on the west side of the Castle Peaks Road dry reservoirThumbnailsThe former ranch road cuts across a wide-open area in the New York Mountains foothills

These asters seem so delicate compared to their rugged environment.