Definitely had the whole stinging thing going on. Ow.
Low to the ground, looked perennial, dome we're blue
This one is throwing me. White-woolly, dark phyllaries (?) with white hairs, looks like a pink corolla, quite common. I feel like I'm overlooking something obvious.
Observed in coastal scrub / grassland at Sweeney Ridge, near Pacifica, CA (SF Bay Area), USA.
Not sure if an id is possible given the photo.
Large, pure white corolla with depth.
This one had kind of intermediate color on the inside. Is T. albidium an option at Sweeney.
I intended this as a Marah fabaceus / oregana comparison shot showing different corolla depths, but the M. oregana on the right doesn't actually look that deep. Anyway, you can still see how the flower of M .fabaceus is small, not white, and practically flat.