Jeff Wendorff's collection of Oregon Wildflowers these wildflowers are not endemic to Oregon (unless noted), but these were all photographed in Oregon. I'll try to keep this list of locations current so you can find the same photography locations that I've found my flowers.

Oregon Wildflower Locations
The following links will take you to blog posts that I've written about these locations and will show you some of the pictures that I took while I was there.
Catherine's Creek
Rowena Plateau
Jackson Bottom Wetlands
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Gardens
Fernhill Wetlands
Cape Horn Trail

Wildlife, Nature and Creative Photography Workshops
I lead workshops across the US and will certainly have workshops in my schedule that will include Oregon Wildflowers. Check out www.wildlifeworkshops.com to see my current photography workshops and be sure to sign up for my mailing list and keep in the loop about future workshops.
Bachelor's Button, Centaurea cyanusBall-head Waterleaf, Hydrophyllum capitatumBalsamroot and Lupine at Tom McCall TrailBalsamroot and Lupine at Tom McCall TrailBalsamroot and Mt. Hood at Tom McCall PointBalsamroot over the Columbia RiverBalsamroot over the Columbia RiverBicolored Cluster Lily, Triteleia grandiflora var. howelliiBicolored Cluster Lily, Triteleia grandiflora var. howellii (Brodeia howellii)Bitterroot, Lewisia redivivaBitterroot, Lewisia redivivaBroadleaf Arnica, Arnica latifoliaBroadleaf Lupine, Lupinus latifoliusBroadleaf Lupine, Lupinus latifoliusBroadleaf Lupine, Lupinus latifoliusBroadleaf Lupine, Lupinus latifoliusCalifornia Poppy, Eschscholzia californicaCalifornia Poppy, Eschscholzia californicaCalifornia Poppy, Eschscholzia californica