Random Photos

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A random taste of photos:
White daisy-like flowers and a red wildflower near a stream. Palm trees against a gloomy overcast cloudy sky. A small wave crests near the rocky shore, against a foggy blurred horizon.
A silhouette of a wasp grasping a thin weed.  (Taken through a chain-link fence.) 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. A tree-covered hillside in Pacheco State Park, California.
Morro Rock ringed by mist, with greenery in the foreground. The pear-shaped fruit of the California Buckeye. Hikina'akala Heiau. Remains of an ancient temple constructed from lava rocks.
Palm trees against a clear blue sky. A pond reflects fluffy white clouds on a mountain-flanked plain in Idaho. Tufa towers in Mono Lake.
A white, orange and black koi fish in a shallow green pond. You can see the barbels (slender, whisker-like sensory organs near the fish's mouth). Ground squirrel, ready for his closeup on the boardwalk. Strange and wonderful geology in the northern part of Yosemite National Park, from Hwy 120.
Two Grevy\'s Zebras hang out on the \ Purple coral with yellow tentacles. I believe this is plate coral, a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as a Disk, Mushroom, Chinaman, Fungia Plate, or Tongue Coral. Grand Canyon, Arizona
Waxy Monkey Tree Frogs (Phyllomedusa sauvagii). Yellow wildflowers (and some sort of flying insect) at Mono Lake. Lingcod fish skeleton. Nasty sharp point teeth.
Tufa towers at Mono Lake. Bright yellow green leaves against a dark black background. Tufa tower in Mono Lake.
A family of deer in a meadow. Carlsbad Caverns An American flag flies on the beach near Morro Rock while children and adults play in the water nearby.
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. Sea Nettle Jellyfish Macro of a purple flower with yellow pollen and green stems.  (If you know the species, please let me know and I\'ll add the info!)
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