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To the right is a historic stone wall that runs along a
granite hill.  Purpose is unknown, but I believe it was
meant to slow down or divert water run off. The
picture below it is the same wall from a different
angle.
Directly below are two photos of Indian Blankets.
Below this is a type of daisy, and directly below this a  
yellow lichen that was growing on a granite deposit.  
Below the lichen are wild onions, and to the right of
the onions, a granite hill covered in green moss.
Below the onions is a butterfly (painted lady?).  On the
right, a soon to be mother dear hiding in the brush.
Below the deer is a beautiful example of how mother
nature can deteriorate even the hardest granite rock.