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Snapshots

  1. Hay-scented fern, another angle

    Snapshot Title: Hay-scented fern, another angle
    Taken by: Ken Tamminga

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    Yes, widely detested by Black cherry loggers and white-tailed deer alike. In the Allegheny plateau this native fern moves quickly into newly-logged areas. It tolerates dappled shade and often forms a...



  2. Stitcher clues

    Snapshot Title: Stitcher clues
    Taken by: Chris Fastie

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    I see you used automatic focus. This is an intriguing seam.



  3. So it is starflower!

    Snapshot Title: So it is starflower!
    Taken by: Chris Fastie

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    The only flower I know that always has seven petals.



  4. Hay-scented fern?

    Snapshot Title: Hay-scented fern?
    Taken by: Chris Fastie

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    Finely hairy stipes are characteristic of Dennstaedtia punctilobula. There is a lot of it in this shot.



  5. Starflower?

    Snapshot Title: Starflower?
    Taken by: Chris Fastie

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    This looks like Trientalis borealis, a woodland herb. The flowers are past.



  6. Interrupted fern

    Snapshot Title: Interrupted fern
    Taken by: Chris Fastie

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    Osmunda claytoniana. The spore-bearing pinnae interrupt the frond.



  7. Can't see the wood for the trees

    Snapshot Title: Can't see the wood for the trees
    Taken by: Jez

    Image: Red pine plantation at Heart's Content
    Image Owner: Ken Tamminga



    Description:

    Sooo many trees