I've hung on to this one for a long time because I'm still not such the ranger's information was correct, i.e., that this is a Hyacinthoides hispanica, or Bluebell of Scotland. It's close, and the habitat was correct.
I found this in a field in the Nisqually Valley, part of Mt. Rainier National Park.
Hyacinthoides hispanica, also known as the Spanish bluebell, is a spring-flowering bulbous perennial native to the Iberian Peninsula. It is one of around a dozen species in the genus Hyacinthoides, others including the common bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) in northwestern Europe, and the Italian bluebell (Hyacinthoides italica) further east in the Mediterranean region. Well, add Washington state as a place where these love to grow.
SInce I first shot this, I have wondered about leaving in the blurry bell at the top, and finally decided this morning that it adds depth.