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Closeup of trees, vines and plantlife along California coast

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Native grass like plant take root in moss already growing in a rock crack. zoom in

Native grass like plant take root in moss already growing in a rock crack. zoom in

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Area in the Sierra Nevada mountains above 7000 feet swept clean of soil by glaciers is coming back as succulent plants root under loose boulders.

Area in the Sierra Nevada mountains above 7000 feet swept clean of soil by glaciers is coming back as succulent plants root under loose boulders.

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Area in the Sierra Nevada mountains above 7000 feet swept clean of soil by glaciers is coming back as succulent plants root under loose boulders.

Area in the Sierra Nevada mountains above 7000 feet swept clean of soil by glaciers is coming back as succulent plants root under loose boulders.

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Succulent plants above 7000 feet in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California , in flower

Succulent plants above 7000 feet in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California , in flower

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Zoom out, grass like plant takes root in the existing moss growing in a crack in the rock.

Zoom out, grass like plant takes root in the existing moss growing in a crack in the rock.

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pan left, Area in the Sierra Nevada mountains above 7000 feet swept clean of soil by glaciers is coming back as succulent plants root under loose boulders.

pan left, Area in the Sierra Nevada mountains above 7000 feet swept clean of soil by glaciers is coming back as succulent plants root under loose boulders.

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Native plant growing in the Sierra Nevada mountains at the 7000 foot elevation.

Native plant growing in the Sierra Nevada mountains at the 7000 foot elevation.

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