Wordless Wednesday 6-10-2009



What and Where?

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Will Sig
1 Steve

Wow, Will, that picture is amazing! Beautiful!
I really don’t know what it is but if I had to guess I would guess a parasitic plant growing on a tree in the Sierras, which I would call a Stag fern (for it’s antler appearance). We have a Stag fern out back on a tree and it looks nothing like that, but I like the name. 🙂 Anyway, I’ll go with a beautiful parasite. Steve

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2 oicned

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3 Bumbles

That’s under the water in the ocean. I don’t know what kind of plant it is but I bet it doesn’t hurt as much as black sea urchins do – stepped on one of those suckers once – never again.

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4 Will

Hey Bumbles – That is the guess I expected. When I saw the photo I had taken I thought the same thing even though I new the answer is closer to Steve’s guess. Although I have to admit when I think of his name, “beautiful parasite”, I think less of a plant than a couple of people I have know over the years!

I’ll post the answer in the next WW post if anyone wants to add their own guess.


5 Anna

Will, you are natural. Anna 🙂
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6 Will

The white form is a piece of tree lichen that has fallen off and landed on the moss growing on a big rock below. It really struck me as looking like something under the ocean. In reality it was in a bone dry area on the side of one of our local mountains.


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