Random Photos

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A random taste of photos:
Yellow wildflowers at Mono Lake. A boardwalk bridge spans the stagnant green water of a salt marsh near a colorful bank. Human shoeprints circle in the mud of a salt marsh.
Little fish swim near plants at the edge of a murky pond. A red wildflower near Mammoth Lakes. It resembles Indian Paintbrush, but I\'m not sure what it is. Can you see the jackrabbit? He\'s decently camouflaged.
Black rocks on Kapalua Beach on Maui. A hut constructed of driftwood and seaweed on the beach. Green tree-dotted hills converge to form a small stream valley in Pacheco State Park, California.
A cyclist reflected in the water of a salt marsh rides across the horizon. Orange and brown fungus growing with green moss among the forest detritus. Red rose.
Petrified wood in this desolate landscape has been fossilized and turned to stone. Petrified wood in this desolate landscape has been fossilized and turned to stone. Orange sunset at the beach in Morro Bay.
Lovely marsh muck collects near the bank. Egrets are barely visible in the distance. Red rock towers in Sedona. Beautiful green coastline near Nakalele Blowhole.
Morro Rock ringed by mist, with greenery in the foreground. Painted Desert within the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona. A dead windblown tree near Mammoth Lakes, California.
Lovely marsh muck. Macro of a bright yellow flower at the beach. Closeup of purple wisteria flowers against a blurred green background.
A wasp grasping a thin weed.  (Taken through a chain-link fence.) Sunlight shines on bug-bitten veined green leaves and spider webs. Mourning dove sitting on a wooden fence near a field of weeds.
Leopard shark. This building reminded me of an old decrepit church. (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. This building reminded me of an old decrepit church. (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.
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Photos by artist Erin Metcalf of Eirewolf Creations.

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