Close-up of the native trailing blackberry, growing on the northern face of Rattlesnake Mountain in Western Washington. There is a myth told by the Stl'atl'imx and Coast Salish peoples of the Pacific Northwest that tells of a wife being chased up a tree by a jealous husband. The blood fell from the woman and became the blackberry.
- © 2012
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