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|Photographer: Jeff Abbas
ID: 0000 0000 0701 0292 (2001-07-19)
Copyright © 2001 Jeff Abbas
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date of photo Jul 1, 2001
Upper Gardner Meadow (Alpine County, California, US)family
notes This was growing in a boulder cleft that had filled with sand and dirt to about half of its depth. It was totally invisible if you were just walking by, but we had stopped for a drink of water and to rest at the boulder. The dandelion caught my eye, but before I could photograph it, I had to remove four crushed Budweiser cans, two Coke cans, a large amount of wadded up aluminum foil and two empty potato chip bags. I can never understand this. If you go to all the trouble of packing that garbage in when it is full and heavy, why is it so darned difficult to take it back out when it is empty? One can only assume those who don't care enough about that beauty and its presevation, are the same lazy, uncaring louts who throw their empty Budweiser cans along the roadsides as well.camera Sony Mavica MVC FD-83
contributor's ID # Agoseris_aurantiaca_GMALP_1 photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Orange-flowered Agoseris (CF, ITIS )
Mountain Dandelion (photographer)
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