Wednesday, May 04, 2005

More Flowers at the Mundy Wildflower Garden

Several new flower types have bloomed at the Mundy Wildflower Garden on the Cornell Plantations. Posted by Hello

This large white flower had very little leaf coverage. Posted by Hello

Three deer observe me from afar, waiting to make their move. Posted by Hello

These, apparently, are Yellow Wakerobin Triullium. Posted by Hello

Does this flower explain why "yellow" is in their name? Posted by Hello

The Wakerobin Triullium have camouflage patterns on their large leaves. Posted by Hello

This small pond (or large puddle) had formed when the level of Fall Creek receded. Posted by Hello

Here is a panorama constructed from four individual photos of a tiny waterfall in Fall Creek. On the left bank is the village of Forest Home. On the right bank is the Mundy Wildflower Garden, part of the Cornell Plantations. Posted by Hello

I don't know what this is, but it sure is fuzzy! Posted by Hello

These, part of a much larger tree, look like some sort of weeping palm tree leaves. Posted by Hello

One of four Cornell reservoirs in the area has (purposely?) dried up and the ground has cracked as a result. Posted by Hello

Thankfully, the Red Bud Woods (now on death row) is not the only place where Red Bud trees exist on campus. Posted by Hello

Hopefully I will find out what these buds turn into this coming weekend. Posted by Hello


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