Okay, I realize that I got a little carried away photographing weeds in the crevice of the rocks. The interesting thing about photographing in the same place over a period of time is that on each visit you are very likely to see different things. Or possibly, to see things differently--to be interested in a different aspect of the area. True I have shot similar photographs in the past, but never to the extent that I did on this trip up Mt Scott.
We pulled off on some of the outlooks mainly to photograph the distant scenery. I almost exclusively ended up photographing the side of the mountain across the road. I loved the textures, the lines and angles of the rocks and the tenacity of the vegetation growing in the crevices. The light was constantly changing as we circled the mountain.