Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Today's post brought to you by the color green...













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27 comments:

  1. That was a sight for sore eyes. Thank you!

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  2. So nice to see green instead of white! I hope it's warming up there.

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    1. It is, but it's also turning very wet.

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  3. Snow free, mossy, and ferny....nice!

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    1. Funny you mention the snow, if you look close there are still a few small patches. I cropped out the bigger ones.

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  4. GREEN! It's good to be green. where were these taken? thanks for sharing

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    1. Highway 30, on my way to Cistus last week! I was in awe, the roadside was gorgeous and thankfully I found a spot to park (off the highway) and safely snap some photos.

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  5. A nice complement to my "brown" post today. Sigh. It's never that mossy and ferny here. Double-sigh.

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    1. Green and brown are my two favorite colors. With 4.45" of rain (okay some of that fell as snow) this month moss is everywhere!

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  6. I was thinking that looked like the territory around here. Did you see the boulder-sized rock slides along the way? Oh, for a hydraulic lift.

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    1. I did not, it was week that I was out that way. Perhaps they hadn't yet happened? Or maybe I was just blinded by all the waving ferns.

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  7. Wow! that really is a green landscape!

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    1. And I couldn't even get to the best parts! (without risking being hit by a speeding truck, which I would really like to avoid).

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  8. This is the kind of green we NEVER get here in our virtual desert. But we have lots of shades of gray and brown :-).

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    1. Someday I'd like to see if I miss it. If I'd get tired of the dry sun...

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  9. Lush! I feel instantly relaxed...

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  10. This is why I love the Pacific Northwest. So lush and green. I'm just going to pretend that ivy is a mutant form of licorice fern, though. I spent 4 years volunteering with my highschool at Seaquest State Park to help remove that evil vine.

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    1. Ya I almost omitted the ivy shots knowing they'd make some people shudder.

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  11. Simply beautiful! Thanks for the moment of green.

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    1. It's kind of amazing just how green it is out there right now. SO MUCH RAIN.

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