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Monday, June 18, 2007

 

Wild Flowers, San Francisco Peninsula and South Bay - Spring 2007

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And a Butterfly


Father's Day came and went. Summer Solstice is three days away. We have had a few days when daytime temp. went well over 90°F but, overall, June has been unusually cool. Here in the San Francisco Peninsula there are still some wild flowers to be found. The display at Russian Ridge, however, has been far from spectacular due to sparsity of rainfall.

Purisima Creek Redwoods Preserve


Canopy of Redwood Trees
©Musafir 5-28-07

Yellow Lupine
©Musafir 5-28-07

Serrated Onion
©Musafir 5-28-07

White Thimbleberry
©Musafir 5-28-07

Scotch Broom
©Musafir 5-28-07

Horse Parsley
©Musafir 5-28-07

Blue Eyed Grass
©Musafir 5-28-07

Wild Iris
©Musafir 5-28-07

Variable Checkerspot
©Musafir 5-28-07
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Palo Alto Foothills Park - Los Trancos Trail

Morning Glory
©Musafir 6-6-07

Common Bluecup
©Musafir 6-6-07

Indian Pink
©Musafir 6-6-07

Mustang Mint
©Musafir 6-6-07

Clarkia (Farewell to Spring)
©Musafir 6-6-07

Long Ridge - Peters Creek Loop Trail

Vetch
©Musafir 6-10-07

Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) trees in bloom
©Musafir 6-10-07

Columbines
©Musafir 6-10-07

"The flower is the poetry of reproduction. It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life."
--- Jean Giradoux

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