From the top of Mount Scott, you can look down the chain of
mountains that, one behind the other, line up to look like the
teeth of a saw.
It is amazing that delicate flowers can persevere to grow in the
most hostile and uninviting places. Maybe there's a lesson
about life here.
Unlike most mountains where earth settles into the crevices to help
settle boulders in place. these just remain in place out of habit and
some fine and seemingly insecure balancing acts.
I found the orange and yellow lichen interesting. You can see
the orange here, with a touch of yellow, but a lot of yellow around
the pictures purple flowers.