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    wow. awesome photos and thanks for sharing. also thanks for making me aware of my ignorance between P. vulgaris and P. macroceras.
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    Very cool. Did it just rain recently or is the habitat always that wet?
    It is literally running with water right now. I'm not sure if it will dry somewhat or even completely as the season progresses.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dexenthes View Post
    Interesting. The blooms of the P. vulgaris in my parts are just a slightly darker shade of purple. It could be the lighting in the photo though I suppose.
    To my eye the flash caught the colors pretty close to reality. If anything the flowers looked a bit lighter and maybe more on the side of blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post


    To my eye the flash caught the colors pretty close to reality. If anything the flowers looked a bit lighter and maybe more on the side of blue.
    Interesting. . . the flowers here are definitely darker. The plants you found seem to be have lighter colored blooms.
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    Awesome Max! Being a person in a tropical country, I'm always drawn to the 'minty' and 'fragrant' feels of the great temperate mountains and valleys. I hope someday I get to see places like this, Bhutan comes to mind for me.

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    Well, it appears that another photo thread has bitten the dust! Unless Photobucket reconsiders soon I will close out my account and at least remove those obnoxious notices where my photos are supposed to be. Six years of posts flushed away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Well, it appears that another photo thread has bitten the dust! Unless Photobucket reconsiders soon I will close out my account and at least remove those obnoxious notices where my photos are supposed to be. Six years of posts flushed away.
    Yep it's all gone. I haven't even been able to view your pics on the Photobucket website - I get the same no hotlinking image! I was trying to find a pic from the meet 2 years ago but it's not accessible.

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    Reborn. More autumn at Mt. Rainier National Park

    With the advent of a way around the Photobucket block I am continuing this thread. (See here: Who do you use to post photos?) Here are some photos I took this year in Sept. Hope you enjoy.


    The summit from Steven's Canyon on a cool fall morning.




    Across the canyon, Unicorn Peak in the Tatoosh Range.






    Looking down through the Paradise meadows to the Paradise Inn.


    Hard-working Park Service restoration crew.








    The upper valley of the Paradise River.


    Mountain ash.




    The crew heads back at the end of the day.




    The Tatoosh Range above Mazama Ridge.

    - Mark

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    Nice fall colors there!

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