My first thought upon seeing this flower… pink feather boa! But actually it has a better name: Apache Plume. This plant is native to the American southwest. Photo taken in San Bernardino National Forest.
The flower of the shrub is roselike when new, with rounded white petals and a center filled with many thready stamens and pistils. The ovary of the flower remains after the white petals fall away, leaving many plumelike lavender styles, each 3 to 5 centimeters long. The plant may be covered with these dark pinkish clusters of curling, feathery styles after flowering. ~ Wikipedia
From a really great website: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service