Mother Nature is the artist. I just collect the memories…

ESHC Field Trip

The Eastern Sierra Herp Club went on it’s first Field Trip this past weekend.  We met at 8:15am in Bishop…and it was snowing.  We decided to have some breakfast and head south…where it continued to snow.  We finally drove about 150miles south to an area known as Fossil Falls.  It’s a desert, LOADED with volcanic tuft, boulders, and lava flows and tunnels.  Had some really pretty wildflowers, too.

Unknown yellow wildflower--f/5.6; 1/800; ISO 100

Unknown yellow wildflower--f/5.6; 1/800; ISO 100

Wooly Daisey--f/5.6; 1/1000; ISO 100

Wooly Daisey--f/5.6; 1/1000; ISO 100

Scale Bud--f/4.7; 1/640; ISO 100

Scale Bud--f/4.7; 1/640; ISO 100

Notch Leaf Phacelia--f/5.6; 1/500; ISO 100

Notch Leaf Phacelia--f/5.6; 1/500; ISO 100

Chia--f/5.6; 1/500; ISO 100

Chia--f/5.6; 1/500; ISO 100

Apricot Mallow--f/5.6; 1/800; ISO 100

Apricot Mallow--f/5.6; 1/800; ISO 100

For pictures of “The Crew” that managed to brave the high winds and cool temperatures, as well as some of the wildlife that was seen, checkout the Eastern Sierra Herp Club WordPress blog.

Thanks for looking!

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