The remarkably chartreuse "foosteps-of-spring," Sanicula arctopoides Hook. & Arn. (Apiaceae). Growing on a sheltered embankment, this one is not as flattened as is usual out on the bluffs. Seen along the trail to Stump Beach, Salt Point State Park, Sonoma County, California.
Timber Cove. Humanely trapped and released at Gualala River. This was about 15 miles north of Jenner. From Nancy Feehan
Apparently you can use this lichen to make a yellow dye.
Regularly dichotomously branched, constricted apothecia bases, and I think the medullary ceiling was white.
If you think this might be Q. parvula please chime in. I'm unclear how to tell the two apart.
This was after the sun had set, and on (or very close to) the beach.
This was growing on the beach.
A mama doe with 2 fawns.
the long grass