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It’s hard to miss this wildflower, with its two-foot to five-foot stem and umbrel of small, pink flowers at its end. The stem is weak and cannot stand straight so it twines around any object nearby, including itself. An odd characteristic of this plant is that, even days after the stem is severed it continues to grow and seed.
This wildflower appears March – June throughout the Sierra Foothills and the Coastal Ranges of California.

Photo: Yuba River Canyon, Nevada County, California, USA (April)

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snake, lily, twining, wildflower, pink, single, close up

It’s all about capturing a moment in time. About discovering scenes that, when shared, generate interest and appeal.
I am absorbed in the passion for photography and derive great pleasure in being a part of this superb artistic community.

John Butler is a resident of Northern California. A builder, by trade – but spiritually, a naturalist and photographer.

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  • John Butler
    John Butlerover 1 year ago

  • John Butler
    John Butlerover 1 year ago

  • John Butler
    John Butlerover 1 year ago

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 1 year ago

    Natures Paintbrush Group
    Beautiful Work
    .

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 1 year ago

    Very nice capture

  • Thank You Larry

    – John Butler

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 1 year ago

    A real beauty and a most interesting description

  • Thank You Kala. It is a very interesting and very common wildflower in our area.

    – John Butler

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