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Eno River State Park and West Point on the Eno City Park (Durham and Orange Counties)

 

Tulip Poplar flower (Liriodendron tulipifera) on Laurel Bluffs Trail

 

Ridge Trail at Penny's Bend

 

Catkins and pine straw on Cabe Lands Trail

 



Wild roses at Penny's Bend

 

Catherine Dunnagan's gravemarker on Dunnagan's Trail

Shore of Eno Quarry

 

Mushroom on Pumpstation Trail

 

Pea Creek on Pea Creek Trail

 

Pine cone on Cole Mill Trail

 

Red Clover (Trifolium pratens) on Cabe LandsTrail

 

Reflection on Eno near Few's Ford on Buckquarter Creek Trail

 

Tree fungus on Cox Mountain Trail

 

Tree fungus on Bobbit's Hole Trail

 

Veined bark on Pumpstation Trail

 

Yellow lichen on Holden's Mill Trail

 

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) on Ridge Trail at Penny's Bend

 

Beech Tree (Fagus sp.) on Eagle Trail in West Point on Eno City Park

 

Power Cut on Cox Mountain

 

Dead tree near Sennet Hole on Eagle Trail in West Point on the Eno City Park

 

Vine on Eagle Trail in West Point on the Eno City Park

 

Tree fungus at Sennet's Hole on Eagle Trail in West Point on the Eno City Park

(All photographs by Sonke Johnsen; contact for rights)

 

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