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    Great photos really makes me miss hiking around in the cascades in washington when I was growing up.

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    AMAZING! Beautiful pictures! I really liked the bog shots :]

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    Alaska looks like that!!?!?!?!?!?!?

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    I don't really take a whole lot of pictures in the winter but I went on a nice little hike yesterday so I snapped a few of the forest.





    Some windfall



    There's no way to really depict how large these western red cedar actually are . . .







    Probably thousands of D. rotundifolia fast asleep.



    Finally the head of Lake Perseverance



    And then I found this particularly insulting. . . this is one of the largest yellow cedar that I have seen that is accessible by road. They are the oldest lived species around here so this one is probably very old, and its very healthy too which is unique these days as this species is starting to dwindle and succumb to unknown sicknesses.



    Someone had decided to chainsaw that burl off, probably to make into a coffee table or a bowl or something... The tree will still live but that does nothing but open up a venue for rot and fungus to start slowly shortening the tree's lifespan.

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    The snow has melted and me and my girlfriend went on a hike, took some pictures!







    Just some nicely colored Dwarf Dogwood







    A nice little sphagnum lined brook



    Large patch of lichen





    Lunch Creek









    These three were all taken on the same little tree







    The trees are pretty huge out there. . .





    Love those temperate epiphytes. . .





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    Some nice red sphagnum for yall.





    Sunlit canopy.

















    I loved the canopy of this spruce





    It's hard to properly describe how big these cedars are





    This was the largest tree we came across, a Sitka Spruce. Please note the quarter for size reference



    Some of the most sandy beaches you will find around here. . .



    Future detritus







    A shot looking up that big spruce's trunk



    Sasquatch foot print



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    I love the canopy!



    Bear bread







    I hope you enjoyed these pictures.
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    The sandy beaches and sasquatch shots made me laugh.

    Alaska is beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by limeslide View Post
    The sandy beaches and sasquatch shots made me laugh.

    Alaska is beautiful!
    Nothing funny about that....
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    It's finally spring, so I was taking a few pics.

    Muscle mania









    Some interesting rock formations (or erosion)



    Blueberries are growing!



    Some bones and false-lily-of-the-valley



    Not sure what's going on with this spruce. . .



    Some currants getting their groove on.



    And of course the ubiquitous skunk cabbage, signalling that spring is here.

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