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This looks like art. It could easily be a painting.
better and better, day by day, thanks for asking LJ
Did you just make that up, Morris? Ha ha! Thanks Jack, Celeste and PH. Jack, how are you feeling?
a knock out of a picture, LJ!
I didnt realize that about the rain and dry seasons either..
thanks for the great picture Laurajane
GOOD AN BEAUTIFUL ONE
Another one of my theory's, I do not know it for fact!
Really? I didn't know that! See what you learn on Jigidi?
Sure in a wet year the sap gets watered down.
Yes, because last year when we had so much rain, the colors were drab.
And maybe that's why we have so little color. Rain rain and rain. Love this beauty Laura.
You two could be right about the drought, the colors this Fall are outstanding.
I agree with you laurajane. I have the same theory that the drought had a lot to do with the pretty colors this fall!
The red made me stop my car on the spot. I don't remember ever seeing a red so deep and rich before. It appears that it was the drought that made this fall so pretty.
You got that right, chickie! Very bright red for an Oak!
That oak tree is gorgeous!