Sweetfern, Comptonia peregrina, is neither sweet nor a fern, but is one of my favorite plants. It looks like something the dinosaurs would have walked through, and smells like all the warmest, spiciest, most magical aromas of imagination.
I have *never* seen a cashmere tree! It looks very precarious to try to comb it. You'll need a ladder! Or is it a tree that the goats rub their fur on? The elk do that every spring so I've seen rare "elk trees" that are covered in a thick layer of their fur.I agree with you about the incredible autumn light. I can't get over it. I love it the same every single year!!! Lovely photos that truly show its beauty!
Great photographs. I'm glad to see you're doing well with your new camera.Baby pine trees and goats!
surely the snow isn't from THIS year?!!!
No, thank goodness!
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