Pine Barrens Flora

This third and last post on the Pine Barrens shows what a lot of the area looks like inland and a few of the plants.

13 thoughts on “Pine Barrens Flora

  1. Jet Eliot 2022-05-06 / 9:11 am

    You captured the essence of the Pine Barrens beautifully here, Sherry. That you mentioned in an above comment that it was “mysterious and spooky” is reflected in the photos. I really like all the flora photos here, especially the pussy toes, pitch pine and lichen.

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  2. Birder's Journey 2022-05-06 / 8:56 am

    What a lovely place for a hike! You’ve captured close-ups of these delicate flowers wonderfully.

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  3. derrickjknight 2022-05-03 / 4:47 am

    I like the blooms and the lichen, and especially the woodland mystery paths.

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    • Sherry Felix 2022-05-03 / 5:59 am

      The Pine Barrens feels mysterious and spooky to me. Not someplace I would like to be lost in. And it is easy to get lost there.

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  4. shoreacres 2022-05-02 / 8:32 am

    I may have asked you this and forgotten, but have you read John McPhee’s The Pine Barrens? It’s quite a good book, and it’s nice to have your images to go with it.

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    • Sherry Felix 2022-05-03 / 5:54 am

      I haven’t read McPhee’s Pine Barrens yet. I will – thanks for the tip. I loved his Basin and Range and other books on Geology.

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