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Dec 5, 2011 2:31 PM CST
Name: Kelli
Where summer is winter
This is Las Virgenes Creek, which flows into Malibu Creek very near here.
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The white "flowers" are either flower or seeds of coyote brush. They look the same from a distance.
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You can always count on Malibu Creek State Park for nice scenery.
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Southern California black walnut
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The 'wall' of rocks is natural but I think it looks like ancient ruins
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poison oak
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M*A*S*H was filmed here
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This is a reproduction
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white sweetclover
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Mule fat has separate male and female plants. I think this one is female.
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California fuchsia
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