A sugar pine towering above us
Fine old sugar pines--the first I'd ever seen--at Sugar Pine Point State Park
Stunning, stunning, stunning
How can I be expected to ID an old guy like this one?
Approximately 250 years old, beautiful bark.
Looks like a bonsai to me
I need help on the ID, as usual!
I really need to work on my wildflower knowledge
There are a lot of these V-shaped Sierras, often with one twin bare at the top
Beautiful old Sierra juniper--my kind of tree!
Another one. This is why I love the Echo Lakes trail.
Lovely young tree
A lovely specimen, whose identification I've unfortunately forgotten
A lovely young giant sequoia. Can't wait 'til mine look like that!