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That is a very unusual sight.
Unusual is right. Interesting.
Green Bay colors? We dont get many nice pine trees down here, just mesquite trees....lots of mesquite trees.
Good observation, Jim. Love it.
I think it has some sort of virus!
My Granny would have said that the tree had it's 'summer gown on'. She had an unusually joyful way of seeing things.s =D
I must agree. Never quite seen new growth like this.
I think I have seen this before...but I can't remember where or even when it was....I'm 52 and I've lived in a few places.
I've never seen a pine look like that before. Very interesting.
Hmmmm. I've never seen this before! I hope the tree is all right!
I haven't seen a pine tree do this, though I do see lighter greens on the new growth in evergreens than last year's needles.
I wonder if that is a sign of something not quite right with the tree. Strange.
Very unusual indeed. But looks great.MersadMersad Donko Photography
It is very beautiful, even from a purely abstract perspective!
fresh and pretty!
I can't begin to explain it.I responded in a comment on my blog to your question about the park's name. In short, it was named for the wife of the man who donated the land for the park.
Interesting. I wonder what's making it turn yellow. It is pretty.Take 25 to Hollister
We have a cedar that puts on a silvery white new growth that's very attractive but I've never seen anything quite like this. I wonder if it's nutrient deficient. The rocks under it make me wonder how rich the soil is.
Very special picture !
This is a most unusual sight. It looks like a tree with candles.
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