Mmmm, pointy.

My first close encounter with pointed-lobed hepatica - I found some differences from the round-lobed I know well.

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Springing Forward

Hi peeps. It's me. The phantom photographer. Funny how working full-time makes it hard to get out and shoot. I can't just stop and go out when the light is nice. I can't cancel meetings because it's suddenly overcast and I could go to a waterfall. Even if I do have intentions of going out... Continue Reading →

Elusive Wildflowers Part 1 – Hepatica

In the event that I get crap out of the camera tomorrow, here's what I shot today.  All three were shot with my old Olympus 90mm. It's round-lobed hepatica, a very early riser in the spring wildflower pantheon.  And one I've never shot before.  The name refers to the leaves which are quite distinctive and... Continue Reading →

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