Cliff Stairs III


This geranium species (scientific name Geranium robertianum) are also called “Herb-Robert” for a reputed ability to ward off disease.

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Scottish Highlands residents call these wild geraniums “red-shanks” for the deep red color of the stalks, seen in both photographs.

Robert H. Treman New York State Park.

Source, “How to Know the Wildflowers” by Mrs. William Star Dana, 1989, Houghton Mifflin, Boston.

Click for a slideshow of this sequence Cliff Stair Views

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12 thoughts on “Cliff Stairs III

  1. Great post, lovely photos…I wanted to let you know that I’ve nominated you for the Mystery Blogger Award. I’ve truly enjoyed your blog and I think you bloody well deserve it! All the best and greetings,

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    1. Thanks for the nomination, Francisco. I very much appreciate it and checked your site for the rules, etc. I am not going to take action at this time….I stick to the format I’ve chosen and do not desire to alter it.

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      1. That makes sense…I thought of you because I enjoy your blog so much and it’s very well done. I don’t like to change either and I knew nothing of these award nominations, still don’t but I also appreciated getting nominated. Take good care and all the best,

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