Back in 1992, I wrote a piece for string quartet, called Riot of Wildflowers at Wet Gulch. Wet Gulch is on the south side of the beginnings of Willow Creek, just west of Hatcher Pass. The chocolate lilies, monkshood, columbine, geraniums and other flowers that bloom there in late June are a joy to behold.
Here's a performance of the work, from September, 2000, by the Sitka Festival string quartet.
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Then scroll down over the pictures of wet wildflowers I took this afternoon.