- Garry oaks with hummingbirds sitting in them
- Fields of camas
- Erythronium seed pods
- Deadly white camas
- Beautiful ocean and mountains views
- A chocolate lily or two if your lucky
- and a few naked old men sun tanning, which I especially didn't want to be seen stumbling upon with a camera in my hands (to be honest though, I'll suffer through the peripheral view of wrinkly old man scrotum for the site of a Fritillaria).
|No naked people in this one, just camas and butter cups.|
|Moving in for the money shot.|
|Zygadenus venenosus with a ripening Camassia quamash|
|I heard this little guys call and was lucky to spot him in a Garry Oak.|
|How many crabs can you spot?|
Someday I vow to take a marine biology coarse. All of the plants and animals I see in the ocean are so foreign its like some sort of crazy sci fi alien water world, So much so that every time I sit and watch a tidal zone I think "Mean while, in the ocean....". I wouldn't be surprised if there really were mermaids hiding somewhere out there in the great wide open with giant squid and singing schools of rainbow fish.