Random Photos

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A random taste of photos:
Yellow wildflowers in front of tufa towers at Mono Lake. A flimsy fence somehow manages to contain a huge hill in Pacheco State Park, California. Rainbow at the base of Shoshone Falls (sometimes called the
Trees traverse the hills in Pacheco State Park, California. A male seagull, standing. Trees on a hill in Pacheco State Park, California.
Tufa tower in Mono Lake. Lovely marsh muck. An American flag flies on the beach near Morro Rock.
A gnarled tree stands alone on a hillside in Pacheco State Park, California. Orange poppies alongside purple and yellow wildflowers on a hill in Pacheco State Park, California. A wall of wine bottles.
Dragon's Teeth, Kapalua, Maui. Labyrinth near Dragon's Teeth, Kapalua, Maui. Some kind of green fuzzy seed pod plant growing wild. (If you know the species, please let me know and I\'ll add the info!)
An old decrepit abandoned building in the toxic dead tree zone near Mammoth Mountain. (It was probably an emergency snow cabin or something.) Natural CO2 outgassing from a magma body beneath Mammoth Mountain asphyxiated more than 100 acres of trees near Horseshoe Lake in the early 1990s. The gasses become concentrated to deadly levels in enclosed structures such as cabins. White mushroom on red leaves. A cyclist reflected in the water of a salt marsh rides across the horizon.
A frame of \ A male seagull perched on a light post against a pale foggy sky. A green, red, and black spotted bug on a Celosia leaf.  (If you know the species, please let me know and I\'ll add the info!  Maybe some kind of shield beetle?)
A black crow sits near the crown of a tall tree against a clear blue sky. (If you know what kind of tree this is, please let me know!) Rainbow at the base of Shoshone Falls (sometimes called the A strangely shaped tufa tower at Mono Lake.
On the left, a silvery green succulent plant of unknown species.  (If you know the species, please let me know and I\'ll add the info!)  On the right, a dark red and green succulent groundcover plant, Sedum spurium, AKA Bronze Carpet Stonecrop. This pair of snails appear to be looking at something over my right shoulder. Danger sign near Wailua Falls. Locals use it for target practice. It reads: “Danger. Stop - Do not enter! Slippery rocks at top of falls. People have been killed. Keep out. State of Hawaii Department of Land & Natural Resources.”
White wildflowers lead the way up a green hill to a gnarled tree against a bright sky in Pacheco State Park, California. Leopard shark. Sunbeams filter down through an aquarium full of a variety of fish (including sharks, surgeonfish, unicornfish, and others.)
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Photos by artist Erin Metcalf of Eirewolf Creations.

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