Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 20, 2010

Very Tiny Wildflowers of White Mt. and Mono Lake Areas

One of my favorite photographic subjects is very small wildflowers. I call this my “Penny Series”, to show the scale of how small these flowers are.  I have photos of each species with the penny and without.  All photos were taken with a 100mm macro lens  and often with a close-up filter/lens attached.  The Spurry Buckwheat, Loco Weed ,  and Aster (or Erigerson) were all photographed in the parking lot at the Patriarch’s Grove on White Mountain.   The Popcorn, Skunky Monkeyflower, and Spurry Buckwheat were photographed along Highway 120 South of Mono Lake.

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  1. […] Very Tiny Wildflowers of White Mt. and Mono Lake Areas […]

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  2. Sandy, I envy how often you get out there! Those locoweed flowers are the ones I remember liking so much.

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