Canyon Clarkia (Clarkia epilobioides) can be found blooming here in Tucson in the springtime, but it is generally not very widespread.
In April, I discovered a large patch of Canyon Clarkias growing in Sabino Canyon on a steep cliffside. Unfortunately, I couldn't reach them (or at least I wasn't brave or reckless enough to try), but I did manage to find a few individual plants a bit closer to the road. Pushing aside some dense, thorny bushes (thorns are preferable to falling off a cliff), I was able to get closer to some of these lovely, small flowers, but it was terribly windy that day, and these flowers with their delicate, thin petals and slender stems were really bobbing around in the breeze. Not only does this result in motion blur, it also causes the flowers to bob in and out of camera focus.
The wind grudgingly relented for a few seconds, and I managed to get some pictures. When I returned about a week later, these wildflowers had already set seed and were no longer blooming.