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Peach Valley Rocks and Wildflowers
While at Peach Valley on Friday, April 15th, and Saturday, April 16th, these wildflowers jumped out at me. Above you see the giant red paintbrush, although “giant” is a relative word. Following is a picture of some cool rocks, then a picture showing Flattop to the south, then a couple more wildflowers. It’s still very early in the wildflower season.
The view below looks south toward Flattop. It’s the companion of the view from Flattop looking north that’s in this post here.
And I’ll close with this lichen. If I’d had my Pentax along, I could’ve grabbed a clearly-focused, richly colored version. But…if I’d had my Pentax along, I certainly wouldn’t have attempted Spikes Trail!