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Checkered white butterfly

Some people are said to have a checkered past, and the butterfly that entomologists call Pontia protodice is said to be a checkered white. The yellow flower head that this one is on is called greenthread because of its green and thread-like leaves (which aren’t visible in this photograph). 45 more words

Nature

Eating My Way Through the Alphabet; Letter H

What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? A Second Helping of Honeycomb Sweet Bee! Raw honeycomb has the most incredible flavor concentrated with the sweet nectar of wildflowers. 155 more words

Food

05.22.2015 Trout Lily Closeup

Here is a close look at an almost opened American Trout Lily (Erythronium americanum) from a few weeks back.

Tonight starts 10 days off from work to photograph wildflowers and cascading water…I hope. 9 more words

Nature Photography

Fan Flowers : Heart-opening, Space-expanding

The next morning we rose early and drove to Ti Tree. On the way there, I found some fan flowers on the side of the road. 681 more words

Omanisa

Flower Friday

Some Bleeding Hearts and Wild Columbine for todays Flower Friday, have a great weekend.. :-)

Photography

Oregon Wildflowers: Ochoco Mountains 5/19/15

Oregon Wildflowers has a report for the Ochoco Mountains (Big Summit Prairie)

One of the best wildflower areas in Central Oregon. Many past peak and near peak species.

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Spring is in full bloom in Minnesota’s Wild River State Park

Wild River State Park hugs the St. Croix River in eastern Minnesota. Most of the park consists of mixed hardwoods, wetlands, and meadows – and lots of spring wildflowers. 401 more words

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