I found these growing on rock next to a stream a few hundred feet up a mountainside in north Georgia
I found a group of these growing out of the side of a large tree in north Georgia
This is a highly invasive species in Florida with wide-ranging ecological and economic implications, but with the striking red color of its berries, it sure can be striking to look at!
Huge upturned mushroom
found in north Georgia
Closeup of gills on a huge upturned mushroom I found in north Georgia
Turkeytail shelf fungus
Catesby's lily, pine lily, leopard lily, tiger lily, or southern-red lily
Spring run spiderlily aka streambank spiderlily
This flower, Gaillardia pulchella, goes by many common names. Indian blanket flower is the name I've encountered the most around here in central Florida. Whatever you want to call it, it's a gorgeous flower that never fails to catch my eye! I was hoping to get sunset colors in the background here, but the storm in the distance had other plans.
Spotted beebalm or spotted horsemint
Epipyhtes in the canopy
Spanish moss and resurrection ferns appearing green and lush in late afternoon light after a heavy rainstorm in central Florida
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