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    Next up: Berries!

    Two kinds of Blueberries: Round leaved and Alaskan



    Bog Cranberry





    Dwarf Blueberry



    Not edible - False lily-of-the-valley



    A harvest of red huckleberries



    A harvest of delicious salmon berries



    And an exemplary amount of the rare and enticing Cloudberry



    A late season berry - High bush cranberry



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    Now for fungus and lichens!



















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    Trees? Yes please!





































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    Now - miscellaneous scenery shots.

    Before.



    After.



    Wind issues.















    3:30 pm



    A classic Alaskan situation



    Red Alder









    An eagle's nest















    A salmon berry blossom



    Tourism







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    Snow.



    I need you like a fish needs a bicycle



    A testament to a monument.



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    Last but certainly not least:

    The local carnivores.

    Drosera rotundifolia



    Utricularia species



    Classic Drosera anglica picture that made it into the Terraforums calender.



    Pinguicula vulgaris



    More Utricularia





    D. rotundifolia



    D.rotundifola, P. vulgaris





    Thanks for looking! And sorry for the HUGE amount of pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petmantis View Post
    I am astounded! What a great beach, so many cool "critters" Never seen a big dead octopus before :P

    Of course, marvelous alpine & bog pics too
    Thank you! It was actually my second dead octopus that I'd found on the beach but that one was definitely the largest I've seen.

    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    aahhh, there are some CP's! I also like that taod, too... and the salamander/fish thing. :PSorry I'm posting so much on this thread, lol.
    Don't be sorry! Thanks for commenting I love sharing my photography with you peeps.

    Quote Originally Posted by limeslide View Post
    Amazing pics! I love those reds in there, and the emptiness of that pond with an occasional lilypad is just breathtaking. I wish I had my very own never ending brown watered ocean. :P

    OH MEI LORD SEA CUCUMBERSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS <3
    Thank you lime!! haha I'm not a huge fan of sea cucumbers. But I am glad I could appease your love for them? I'll get some fresh pics this year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    Gotta love the creatures. I love that last photo, it's very crisp and clear.

    Very interesting, thank you for sharing!

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    Wow, more pics! Really cool landscapes! The last pic of sphagnum looks neat, the way the green edges fade into the reds. I take it you didn't see any carnivorous plants, as you would have posted pics of them.
    Quite the contrary! I just saved my carnivores for the end. I was really impressed with that patch of moss as well, I've never seen anything like it before or since.
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    AH-mazing pictures. WOW!

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    WOW

    I'm just... in awe at the sheer beauty of it all. And the delicious berries look great too!

    Thank you so much for sharing!!

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    Beautiful, right now the only green things here are the evergreens. How many miles north of me are you again?

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    Great pics of a great place, thanks for sharing. 'Round here, to find alpine meadows and sphag bogs and tundra I need to get to 9500 ft +. Strange to me to see such scenes at such low altitudes.

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