More lupines, because I could not resist them.
The closer one gets to a waterfall, the wetter becomes the air, the more slippery becomes the footing, and the less inclined one should be to use her camera equipment. […]
An erect bloom visually intersected with the diagonal lines of a fallen, decomposing tree. In a recent post of a different Lupine, I noted that nearly 35% of all known […]
Please help me identify this California wildflower.
My tripod was set in some very squishy, wet earth.
Water hurtles itself over a rugged cliff at Bridalveil Fall
According to the National Park service, About 26 of the 70 species of lupines in California can be found in Yosemite National Park. Harlequin lupine is the only lupine in […]
Even in Fog, the views are lovely