Monday, October 5, 2009

Indian cucumber root, Minnewaska State Park, New York

The black birch is turning red at the wooded corridor of Rock Brook. Wind in the canopy of a red oak sent acorn cannonballs down on us as we ate lunch. The ash tree is decorated with a red boa of Virginia creeper. Red-orange pills hide under spicebush leaves. The white oak began to turn burgundy last night.

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