Category: Edie’s Image of the Day

Edie’s Image of the Day: In velvet

Buck mule deer, antlers still covered in velvet. (Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Swallowtail Butterfly

One of over 550 species of swallowtail butterflies.  This one is probably a tiger swallowtail butterfly.  (Cross posted from The

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Spicebush

Spicebush (calycanthus occidentalis) flower.  Stems were used as arrow shafts.(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Hanging Garden

Plants grow from a crack in Glacier Point Apron(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)

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Edie’s Image of the Day: The Fen

A fen is a marsh or bog, a low area of land subject to seasonal flooding.(Cross posted from The Little

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Cow Parsnip

 Cow Parsnip (Heracleum maximum) blossoms. (Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Fallen Dogwood

Just a reminder that there is a $500 fine for picking or collecting flowers in Yosemite National Park. Even

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Granite Garden

Grasses, mosses, lichens and flowers flourish on a wet granite ledge.(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Stonecrop

While I’m no plant expert, I think this is a member of the sedum family.(Cross posted from The Little

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Edie’s Image of the Day: Dogwood Blossoms

Dogwood Blossoms, Yosemite National Park(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)

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