Random Photos

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A random taste of photos:
Dragon's Teeth, Kapalua, Maui. Closeup of a black carpenter bee with iridescent wings on purple wisteria flowers. Soaptree yucca plant at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.
Perrine Bridge over the Snake River Canyon in Twin Falls, Idaho. Dragon's Teeth, Kapalua, Maui. Footprints in the mud of a salt marsh.
A succulent plant -- Crassula perforata variegata, AKA Necklace Vine or String of Buttons.  Bright green leaves with dark red edges. Tufa tower at Mono Lake. 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.
Petrified wood in this desolate landscape has been fossilized and turned to stone. Tree-rich hills in Pacheco State Park, California. Leopard shark.
Green landscape in Pacheco State Park, California. I believe the body of water shown is the San Luis Reservoir. These finger-like plants on the salt marsh resemble something one might find underwater. Dragon's Teeth, Kapalua, Maui.
Red rock towers in Sedona. Dried and cracked mud. Lovely marsh muck collects near the bank. Egrets are barely visible in the distance.
White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. Hills and mountains backed by a blue sky. These plants on the salt marsh resemble something one might find underwater.
A goat among sheep at Deer Hollow Farm. Seabirds flying over the waves at Morro Bay, California. Macro of a bright yellow flower at the beach.
Tufa towers at Mono Lake. A red rock stands out among gray ones in a creek in Sedona. Closeup of Shoshone Falls (sometimes called the
Slot canyon in Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument in New Mexico. 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. Petrified wood in this desolate landscape has been fossilized and turned to stone. A man walks a lonely road.
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