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    Default images from Huntington Ravine

    just below the headwall



    Harebells



    (unknown) wildflower



    mossy stream draining from the ravine



    bunchberry



    goldenrod



    (unknown) wildflower



    ragwort ?



    saw him while soaking feet and enjoying a Blackbeary Wheat after the hike



    Any help with wildflower id greatly appreciated!

    Happy Trails

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    Wonderful pictures. I really liked the mossy stream picture. Please submit to the MWO Journal.
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    yes very very nice
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    D'oh!!! The goldenrod image with butterfly is from Caps Ridge. I pasted the wrong goldenrod image.

    Thanks for comments!

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    Those are nice shots. I REALLY like the first two, I can't believe you got two harebells to sit still in one shot.

    BTW, I saw your name in the persied gallery on spaceweather.com, congrats on a nice meteor photo as well!

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    Default Fireweed?

    Gorgeous pictures as always, ForestGnome. We've admired your pictures on VFTT and this forum also! The "time lapse" for lack of a better word, on the waterfall/moss picture is amazing.

    I think that the 3rd picture may be Fireweed. See this page for a comparison:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:E...olium_6184.jpg

    Valerie

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    great shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim&Val
    Gorgeous pictures as always, ForestGnome. We've admired your pictures on VFTT and this forum also! The "time lapse" for lack of a better word, on the waterfall/moss picture is amazing.

    I think that the 3rd picture may be Fireweed. See this page for a comparison:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:E...olium_6184.jpg

    Valerie
    Thank you so much! And that does look to be fireweed. I think it's one of the most beautiful wildflowers I've seen, and the location is amazing as well.

    Jim, thanks much! I knew you'd still be around the MWO site. Hope you're shooting a lot. I think I'll post that meteor shot here, but a bigger file.

    Happy Trails

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