Friday, October 14, 2016

Fall exposure

Fall treeTree bark

Each spring and summer, I enjoy the trees full of leaves, especially the shade they provide. But fall rolls around every year to remind me that trees are often most interesting when they are bare—when you can see the twisted and wiggy shapes of the branches that hold the trees together, or the prehistoric-looking designs in the bark.

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