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A brilliant penstemon manages to grow in the rocks here above Willow Wash; there's barely any soil here! On the way up out of Willow Wash, I hike through the first of several small water-carved drainages in the rocksThumbnailsIt's not quite a seep, but there's enough residual moisture to attract bees at this spot in the drainage above Willow WashOn the way up out of Willow Wash, I hike through the first of several small water-carved drainages in the rocksThumbnailsIt's not quite a seep, but there's enough residual moisture to attract bees at this spot in the drainage above Willow WashOn the way up out of Willow Wash, I hike through the first of several small water-carved drainages in the rocksThumbnailsIt's not quite a seep, but there's enough residual moisture to attract bees at this spot in the drainage above Willow WashOn the way up out of Willow Wash, I hike through the first of several small water-carved drainages in the rocksThumbnailsIt's not quite a seep, but there's enough residual moisture to attract bees at this spot in the drainage above Willow WashOn the way up out of Willow Wash, I hike through the first of several small water-carved drainages in the rocksThumbnailsIt's not quite a seep, but there's enough residual moisture to attract bees at this spot in the drainage above Willow Wash

Probably Penstemon centranthifolius.