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A Dose of Macro Fun   5 comments

The signature flower of springtime in forests throughout the Pacific Northwest of North America: the trillium.

The signature flower of springtime in forests throughout the Pacific Northwest of North America: the trillium.

 

A little time-out from normal place-based blogging for some miscellaneous macro images.  I’ve been out hiking lately, as the weather has turned gorgeous.  And when I’m hiking, well let’s just say that I’m easily distracted by the small.  So here are a few close-up pictures from recent days.  Enjoy…

 

I think this is a goldenrod spider, which can change color depending on what flower they choose to wait for their prey on.  In this case he's camped out on an arrowleaf balsamroot on Surveyor's Ridge above Hood River, Oregon.

I think this is a goldenrod spider, which can change color depending on what flower they choose to wait for their prey on. In this case he’s camped out on an arrowleaf balsamroot on Surveyor’s Ridge above Hood River, Oregon.

 

Delicate forest flowers, I think they're called fairy bells, blooming along the Oregon Coast.

Delicate forest flowers, I think they’re called fairy bells, blooming along the Oregon Coast.

 

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The feathery seed heads we used to blow with a wish as children, in a grassy meadow near Mt Hood, Oregon.

The feathery seed heads we used to blow with a wish as children, in a grassy meadow near Mt Hood, Oregon.

 

The lovely purple sheen of a grass widow decorates meadows in the drier parts of Central Oregon during early springtime.

The lovely purple sheen of a grass widow decorates meadows in the drier parts of Central Oregon during early springtime.

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