3/23/12

Edgewood Park

Some pictures from today's outing in Edgewood Park, perhaps?

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Now is the time for what I guess is Lupinus albifrons there.

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The other thing you'll see a lot of right now is Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora).

Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora)

It seems to grow mainly in the root zone around oaks.

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"Kiss me," said the oak.

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The path up the park's western side takes you right alongside a dramatic Ceanothus cuneatus. No way to get a picture of the whole thing without stepping off the path. You know I'd never do that. :)

Ceanothus cuneatus, I presume

A very pretty day.

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Looking East

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Two pair of creatures zoomed in on from a distance:

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Dear @ Edgewood Park

2 comments:

Hilda said...

these are awesome! i love the close up of the kids in that boulder and of course, the deer ! (i so miss CA).

Blackswamp_Girl said...

If Mr. Oak wants a kiss, he's going to have to mix in a little chapstick every now and then! (Ouch, those lips are dry... lol.)

I love that Indian Warrior. How funny that it grows along the root zones of the oak...