Monkshood on th enorthern...

Monkshood on th enorthern slopes of Zenzerspitze. The leaves and flowers are poisonous but are used for pharmaceutical purposes. Sept 21st 2004


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Hammer - Nov 23, 2004 4:11 pm - Hasn't voted


Nice photo -but really!! This is a mountain site for God's sake. Save some room on the serve for something pertininet


Klenke - Nov 23, 2004 4:57 pm - Voted 10/10

Re: Nice



Hmmm some more?

And some more?

Gangolf Haub

Gangolf Haub - Nov 23, 2004 5:32 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Nice

Hah! Now I get your comment! I should have a look at my profile page every now and then. Oh well, oh well, I guess I need to be frustrated. Booo and sigh...

Frustration over and a comment to Hammer: yes it's off topic and rated accordingly by you - still I feel that some of my pages need a little colour. Zenzerspitze is one of them ;-)


mrh - Nov 23, 2004 7:00 pm - Voted 10/10

Re: Nice

Being a botanist, one of the main reasons I go into the mountains is to see the often unique and unusual flora that we can find at such harsh sites. We can find plenty of photos of people sitting around waiting for transportation or close-ups of people or trails or lakes all over SP. It could be argued that these things illustrate part of the overall journey and thus have a place. I would have to agree as long as such doesn't get excessive. For me and I'm sure for many others, the flora is also part of the trip. I'm glad to see this photo and the few others of plants that occasionally I run across here.


Hammer - Nov 30, 2004 12:22 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Nice

These pictures are somewhat relevant to what is to be expected while climbing in Mexico. I'll give you the one with the ass--but I had to share--you'd never see this in the NW

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