Notes: Lichen growing on Noble fir burl stump, with raised circular bumps (apothecia?), sometimes with black centers. Underside of lichen distinctively white.
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This is growing on a very iconic Noble fir stump/burl, without bark, growing immediately adjacent to the trail to Sheppard’s Point. It is about 40 feet below the viewpoint. The fact that I could photograph it means it is on the eastern side of the burl. The southern side is very steep and unsafe. The viewpoint at Sheppard’s Point is on a cliff-face, about 300 feet high. The sides of the point are only slightly less steep.
I was trying to get the contrast between the exposed pinkish Noble fir burl wood, and the lichen.
Created: 2014-06-13 14:34:56 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2014-06-14 12:01:27 PDT (-0700)
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