Deciduous leaves with rough outer bark peeling back to reveal smooth, yellow/green under-bark. Growing amongst ivy, other madrones and conifers.
Scale-like leaves have a flat appearance, coming out from base alternately. Branches curve out upwards then down then back up in s-shape. Small scales hold tiny brown cones.
Leaves have distinct three pronged shape. Growing in large mass, overwhelming the other plants growing in the same area.
Aproximately seven feet tall. Green leaves with red tips. Consistent five pronged shape. Opposite branching. Growing amongst small shrubs.
Large shrub. White bulbish flowers hanging downwards from stems. Leaves are broad and oblong in shape.
Undetermined number of individuals. Individuals varying in color: Solid white, solid tan and solid black. Presumably all female.
Middle aged human female. Asian.
Growing relatively spaced out. One flower per individual plant. 3-4 leaves per individual plus stem of white flower. Six outer petals with a tubular inner petal. Growing amongst an variety of other flowering plants and tall Oregon grape.
Very soft leaves on both sides. Mint green, growing close to the ground amongst a variety of Phorbs.
Shrub with elongated oblong leaves. White flowers appearing in clusters with lengthened filaments. Grows abundantly in disturbed areas around UW campus.
Leaves have distinct tear drop shape. Opposite branching. Leaves are ligh green on both sides. Bark is marbled dark brown to light grey. Has cone shaped white flowers.
Growing near base of deciduous tree. Also growing on upper side of limbs. Soft and opposite branching of leaves.
Picking at seeds of dandelions. Light beak, black head and gray body. Small bird, commonly seen flitting around with others of its kind nearby.
Flock of pigeons . Some white and speckled others gray and black (dark gray?). Eating grass seeds. Nest in the Japanese snow bell tree above them. Could be one of theirs?
Dry, overcast. Growing by other ferns and shrubs. Leaves serrated on each side with opposite branching. Light green.