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Monday, May 10, 2010

More from Flora-Quest 2010



Tom-  Just enjoy-  They're all native plants-  Shawnee is spectacular.

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  1. These are all gorgeous! I especially like the last two.

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  2. Please, Tom, tell us what we're looking at. Your photos are exquisite!

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  3. Spectacular pictures.Thanks.
    Ruth

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  4. 3. disporum maculatun, spotted mandarin
    4. viola pedata, bird-foot violet
    5. silene virginica, fire pink

    1.??
    2. which species of fern

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  5. And it's especially spectacular through your lens, Tom! Many (many) years ago, soon after it was created, my wife and hiked a portion of the Shawnee Backpack Trail. It was May--I remember vividly because all the dogwoods were in full bloom--but we didn't enjoy the trail; it was like walking on a roller-coaster, up one ridge and down into the next hollow, over and over and over again. It's nicer to see it through your eyes.

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  6. That you everyone!

    Number one is Hypoxis hirsuta, and the fern, I don't know- the most common species along the roads at Shawnee seemed to be interrupted fern.

    Tom

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