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Mustard Field, Carlotta558 views
Riverwalk Rose479 views
Skunk Cabbage491 viewsZippora's Pond in Russ Park, Ferndale
Skunk Cabbage445 viewsRuss Park, Ferndale
Chetco River, Brookings802 viewsThe Boardman State Scenic Corridor is a spectacular parade of coastal islands, beaches, coves, and capes, arguably the prettiest part of Oregon's coast. Whales pass this portion of the coast from January to June.
Chetco River, Brookings808 views
Reaching for the Sun2438 views
Fortuna Gold1145 views
For Lilac Lovers1142 viewsWater hyacinth
Hey World! Look at ME!514 viewsSeen in Rohner Park during the Apple Harvest festival.
Getting Potted in the Park552 viewsSeen in Rohner Park during the Apple Harvest festival.
Arroyo Seco1424 viewsWith the heavy spring rains the Arroyo Seco bursts into bloom. The eroded rock formations surrounding the valley are very unusual and remind one of giant sculptures. The sparsely visited Arroyo Seco River valley is located on the inland side of the California coastal range just below Big Sur and directly behind 5000-foot-high Cone Peak. Mission San Antonio is a short distance away and was part of the California mission system working its way north to the port of Monterey. The best time to visit the Arroyo Seco is in the spring when temperatures are cool. Opening day of trout season on the Arroyo Seco River is usually around the first of May and was the original reason for this first visit.
Pretty Princess1192 views
Bee Landing Pad1349 views
Thought We Planted Only Garlic...799 viewsHippeastrum is a genus of about 70-75 species and 600+ hybrids and cultivars of bulbous plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas from Argentina north to Mexico and the Caribbean. Some species are grown for their large showy flowers. These plants are popularly but erroneously known as Amaryllis, an African genus in the same family. From Wikipedia.
Dianthus On the Rocks1133 views
Rhody of the Day819 views
Pot Hooks and Pickets467 views
Downtown Fortuna, 19492127 viewsMain Street, looking east at the 9th Street intersection
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Farmers Market Table666 viewsDuring the Apple Harvest Festival
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