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Images Dated 5th August 2012

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Wheat and pea fields on hills in Palouse region, Washington State, USA Featured 5 Aug 2012 Print

Wheat and pea fields on hills in Palouse region, Washington State, USA

The Palouse is a region of the northwestern United States, encompassing parts of southeastern Washington, north central Idaho and, by some definitions, parts of northeast Oregon. It is a major agricultural area, primarily producing wheat and legumes

© Terry Eggers / DanitaDelimont.com

740540147, Agr, Day, Full Frame, High Angle View, Horizontal, No People, Outdoors

Ama'u fern -Sadleria cyatheoides-, with a red scar, according to legend, the place where demigod Kamapua'a was struck by the fire goddess Pele with hot lava, Mauna Ulu, Big Island, Hawaii, USA Featured 5 Aug 2012 Print

Ama'u fern -Sadleria cyatheoides-, with a red scar, according to legend, the place where demigod Kamapua'a was struck by the fire goddess Pele with hot lava, Mauna Ulu, Big Island, Hawaii, USA

Ama'u fern -Sadleria cyatheoides-, with a red scar, according to legend, the place where demigod Kamapua'a was struck by the fire goddess Pele with hot lava, Mauna Ulu, Big Island, Hawaii, USA

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508497297, Amau Fern, Color Image, Day, Fern, Flora, Geologic, Geology, Nature, No People, Outdoors, Photography, Plant, Rock, Sadleria Cyatheoides, Stone, Tropical, Vertical, Volcanic Rock

USA, WA, Nisqually NWR. Himalayan Blackberries (Rubus armeniacus) are an invasive Featured 5 Aug 2012 Print

USA, WA, Nisqually NWR. Himalayan Blackberries (Rubus armeniacus) are an invasive

USA, WA, Nisqually National Wildlife Reserve. Himalayan Blackberries (Rubus armeniacus) are an invasive non-native species throughout the northwest. Native to Armenia, they are now widespread throughout the temperate world

© Trish Drury / DanitaDelimont.com

Armenian, Blackberry, Edible, Fruit, Himalayan Blackberry, Invasive, National, Nisqually, Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Non Native, Pacific Northwest, Refuge, Rubus Armeniacus, Selective Focus, Trish Drury, Usa, Wa, Washington State, Wildlife