Spring at The Indians

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Fields of Sky Lupine (Lupinus nanus)

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A lazy afternoon beside the stream

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A Stinging Lupine (Lupinus hirsutissimus) goes to seed

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Scarlet Bugler (Penstemon centranthifolius)

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Chia (Salvia columbariae)

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Deer Grass (Muhlenbergia rigens)

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Another hidden meadow

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Spanish Bayonet (Yucca whipplei) in bloom

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Larkspur (Delphinium sp.) and Lupine

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5 Responses to Spring at The Indians

  1. jah says:

    You might not have the best camera (as you stated) but your eye is excellent.

  2. coastroad says:

    Sweet rugged beauty.

  3. pendoodles says:

    Beautiful photos!

  4. elisa read says:

    this is a beautiful location, can you tell us where it is? great pictures of gorgeous California native plants. thank you!

  5. xasauan says:

    The Indians lies deep in the Santa Lucia mountains in the Arroyo Seco watershed. To get there by car, one must cross the Hunter Liggett military reservation (although it is no longer necessary – on most days anyway – to go through military checkpoints and show drivers license and proof of insurance, etc. it is still a good idea to have these things handy). To reach Hunter Liggett take Jolon Rd. from Hwy. 101 or the Nacimiento-Fergusson Rd. from Hwy. 1.

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