Daisy Apr I am working my way through all your galleries and each one is so amazing. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos. Also thanks to the Greenville News for posting your website in their article on Oconee Bells. Rich Stevenson Mar Thanks falls lover! I'll be up there next week end. Blaze Mar I should have never left the beauty of the mountains. How do you ever get any rest. I can see how all this beauty must sooth you it certainly does me.
Guest Feb Great job! I am in Yancey County and spend a lot of time in the outdoors. I love your site. Guest Aug How wonderful that you've taken the time to create this awesome website and share all the beauty!
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Very inspiring!!! Angela Aug Your photos are amazing! Your website and these photos have gotten us really excited to go. Donna Aug The pictures are just wonderful! I have done a little of this type of photography myself, and it is quite fun! I wish that you would consider having something on your site that gives tips for photographing wildflowers, waterfalls, and other outdoor sites.
Keep up the good work. Guest Jul Beautiful wildflower gallery! Rich Stevenson Jun Thanks for the kind comments, folks. Please click the thumbnails for a larger picture and common names for most of the varieties. Maybe I should put the common names in the title :. Thom Conroy Jun I found the site very informative. Excellent photos, too. I would like to know the common names of the plants where possible.
Thank you very much for this site. Guest Jun Top Notch. Mary Morgan Mar Wonderful picutres!!! Thanks and please always include the Common name for some of us Non-scientific types!!! Like the Trillium Erectumwe call it the Wake Robin and we have lots of them on our mt.
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Thanks, Mary H. Morgan Tallahassee. Linda-Lou La Voy Nov i feel like i have gone on a private vacation. Thank you and keep up the good work. Which is the obligation the photographer has to learn to convay to educate the public and become one with nature. Oconee Bells 1. Oconee Bells 2. Oconee Bells 3. Oconee Bells 4. Oconee Bells 5. Oconee Bells 6. Oconee Bells 7.
Oconee Bells 8. Rue Anemone 1. Rue Anemone 2. Rue Anemone 3. Rue Anemone 4. Rue Anemone 5. Rue Anemone 6. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 1. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 2. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 3. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 4. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 5. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 6. Sharp-lobed Hepatica 7. Round-lobed Hepatica 1. Round-lobed Hepatica 2.
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Pennywort 2. Pennywort 3. Allegheny Spurge 1. Allegheny Spurge 2. Bloodroot 1. Bloodroot 2. Bloodroot 3. Bloodroot 4. Bloodroot 5. Bloodroot 6. Star of Bethlehem 1. Star of Bethlehem 2. Crow Poison. Appalachian Stitchwort 1. Appalachian Stitchwort 2. Early Saxifrage 1. Early Saxifrage 2. Early Saxifrage 3. Lettuceleaf Saxifrage 1. Lettuceleaf Saxifrage 2. Brook Saxifrage. Cliff Saxifrage 1. Cliff Saxifrage 2. Garlic Mustard. Navel Cornsalad 1. Navel Cornsalad 2.
European Field Pansy. White Violet 1. White Violet 2. White Violet 3. White Violet 4. White Violet 5. Canadian White Violet 1. Canadian White Violet 2. Plantainleaf Pussytoes 1. Plantainleaf Pussytoes 2. Plantainleaf Pussytoes 3. Plantainleaf Pussytoes 4. Single-headed Pussytoes 1. Single-headed Pussytoes 2. Single-headed Pussytoes 3. Single-headed Pussytoes 4. Fraser's Sedge. Fringed Phacelia 1. Fringed Phacelia 2. Fringed Phacelia 3. Fringed Phacelia 4. Smallflower Phacelia 1. Smallflower Phacelia 2.
Carolina Vetch. Wood Anenome 1. Wood Anenome 2. Wood Anenome 3.
Wood Anemone 4. Mountain Thimbleweed. Alumroot 1. Alumroot 2. Alumroot 3. Eastern Shooting Star. Great Chickweed. Robin's Plantain 1. Mayapple 1. Mayapple 2. Mayapple 3. Pussy Willow. Twoleaf Miterwort 1. Twoleaf Miterwort 2. Squirrel Corn 1. Squirrel Corn 2. Squirrel Corn 3. Dutchman's Breeches 1. Dutchman's Breeches 2. Dutchman's Breeches 3. Wildflower Combo. Smooth Rockcress 1. Smooth Rockcress 2. White Baneberry 1. White Baneberry 2. Hairy Sweet Cicely 1. Sweet Cicely 2. Stonecrop 1. Stonecrop 2. Stonecrop 3. Dwarf Ginseng 1. Dwarf Ginseng 2.
Dwarf Ginseng 3. Naked Broomrape 1. Naked Broomrape 2. Foam Flower 1. Foam Flower 2. Foam Flower 3. Foam Flower 4. Foam Flower 5. Foam Flower 6. Two-leaved Toothwort. Cutleaf Toothwort 1. Cutleaf Toothwort 2. Cutleaf Toothwort 3. Cutleaf Toothwort 4. Cutleaf Toothwort 5. Large White Trillium 1. Large White Trillium 2. Large White Trillium 3. Large White Trillium 4. Large White Trillium 5. Catesby's Trillium 5. Jones Gap Trillium. Trillium sp. Southern Nodding Trillium. Painted Trillium 1. Painted Trillium 2. Sweet White Trillium. Trillium Hybrid. Wake Robin 2. Wake Robin 4.
Wake Robin 5. Wake Robin 6. Sweet Azalea. Grass Pink - white variant. Pink Lady Slipper - white variant. Umbrella Leaf 1. Umbrella Leaf 2. Umbrella Leaf 3. Umbrella Leaf 4. Umbrella Leaf 5. Allegheny Brookfoam 1. Allegheny Brookfoam 2. Partridge Berry 1. Partridge Berry 2. Partridge Berry 3. False Lily of the Valley. American Lily of the Valley. Redring Milkweed 1. Redring Milkweed 2. Four-leaved Milkweed. Spiderwort 4. Spiderwort 5. Oxeye Daisy. Cow Wheat 1. Cow Wheat 2. Devil's Bit 1. Devil's Bit 2. White Crested Dwarf Iris.
Wild Strawberry 1. Wild Strawberry 2. False Solomon's Seal 1. False Solomon's Seal 2. Turkeybeard 1. Turkeybeard 2. Fly Poison 1. Fly Poison 2. Galax 1. Galax 2. Speckled Wood Lily 1. Speckled Wood Lily 2. Speckled Wood Lily 3. Mountain Wood Sorrel 1. Mountain Wood Sorrel 2. Cow Parsnip. Indian Physic 1 - aka Bowman's Root. Indian Physic 2 - aka Bowman's Root. Allegheny Stonecrop 1. Allegheny Stonecrop 2. Maryland Meadow Beauty. Mountain Meadow-rue. Early Meadow Rue. Tassel Rue 1. Tassel Rue 2. Thimbleweed 1. Thimbleweed 2.
Thimbleweed 3. Daisy Fleabane 1. Daisy Fleabane 2. Flowering Spurge 1. Enchanter's Nightshade 1. Enchanter's Nightshade 2. Alpine Enchanter's Nightshade 1. Alpine Enchanter's Nightshade 2. Alpine Enchanter's Nightshade. Horse Balm 1. Horse Balm 2. Common Yarrow 1. Common Yarrow 2. Queen Anne's Lace 1. Queen Anne's Lace 2. White Snakeroot 1. Black Cohosh. American Bugbane 2. White Bergamot 1. White Bergamot 2. Hairy Wood Mint 1. Mountain Mint. Three-birds Orchid 1. Three-birds Orchid 2. White Monkshood 1.
White Monkshood 2. Mapleleaf Alumroot 1. Mapleleaf Alumroot 2. Sweet Autumn Clematis. Morning Glory. Ox-eye Daisy.
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Pale Jewelweed - white variety. Starry Campion 1. Starry Campion. Bladder Campion. Striped Wintergreen 1. Striped Wintergreen 2. Ramp 1. Ramp 2. White Aster 1. White Wood Aster. Whorled Wood Aster. White Aster 2. White Aster 3. White Sweet Clover. Lopseed 1.
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Lopseed 2. Eastern Featherbells 1. Eastern Featherbells 2. False Asphodel 1. False Asphodel 2. Rattlesnake Plantain 1. Rattlesnake Plantain 2. Rattlesnake Plantain 3. Ladies' Tresses 1. Ladies' Tresses 2. Ladies' Tresses 3. Grass of Parnassus 1. Grass of Parnassus 2. Grass of Parnassus 3. Grass of Parnassus 4. Scentless Mock Orange 1.
Scentless Mock Orange 2. Tall Rattlesnake-root. Wild Comfrey. Miami Mist 1.
Miami Mist 2. Thyme-leaved Bluet 1. Thyme-leaved Bluet 2. Azure Bluet 1. Bluet Flowers. Bluet and Moss. White Bluet. Tiny Bluet 1. Tiny Bluet 2. Bluets along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Summer Bluet 1. Summer Bluet 2. Summer Bluet 3. Field Madder aka Spurwort. Longleaf Summer Bluet. Blue Dogbane 1 aka Bluestar. Blue Dogbane 2 aka Bluestar. Blue Dogbane 3 aka Bluestar. Wild Comfrey 1. Wild Comfrey 2. Forget Me Not. Blue-eyed Mary 1. Flowers such as paintbrush, phacelia and everlasting likely will be blooming later too. Best to hike into other parts of the Santa Monica Mountains as more plants start to pop.
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