The wild camas flowers along Montana’s continental divide bloom every June. Their bloom is something I always look forward to and enjoy capturing. From afar, a field full of these beauties may give a meadow the appearance of a sea of purple. Camas plants are in the asparagus family and are edible. They were a hugely important food staple for Indigenous peoples and settlers in parts of the American Old West. Photographer: Kevin League, Montana
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