Bleeding heart, dicentra formosa, is an lovely shaped wildflower that occurs in damp mid to lower elevation woods of the Pacific Coast from British Columbia to central California. I took the following image about a week and a half ago in lower Yosemite Valley at 4000 feet. The pink to reddish heart-shaped flowers are about 3/4 inch long. After finding a dim seep area where many of these were growing, I hunted about for an interesting specimen and found this group. The interesting part was the way three of the flowers were lined up back to back in a row. More blooms to the left got in the way, so I did the best I could not to disrupt their natural position by aiming from this side angle that ended up coming out nicely.