Water Ouzel Photography | Wildflowers | Mountain Misery
Taken 23-Jun-10
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Photo Info

Dimensions4507 x 3024
Original file size1.88 MB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken23-Jun-10 17:43
Date modified23-Jun-10 17:43
Shooting Conditions

Camera makeNikon
Camera modelNikon SUPER COOLSCAN 5000 ED
Mountain Misery

Mountain Misery

Chamaebatia foliolosa tends to grow from widespread rhizomes as a low shrub carpeting conifer forest area. Because of the deep rhizomes, it's one of the first plants to recover from wild fires, and helps cut down on soil erosion.