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Beautiful Boardwalk Trail to Upper Canyons, Buskill Falls
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Oakleaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia), already starting to turn.  (Frame version 1)  The shrub is native to the Southeastern United States, preferring woodland habitats.    Toledo Botanical Gardens,  Ohio  September 4, 2011
D303-2013 Milkweed floss    Pinckney Recreation Area, Michigan  October 30, 2013
D306-2013  Leaves of a red maple on concrete.  Why do a disproportionate number of leaves land face down?  Another LLM.    University of Michigan Central Campus, Ann Arbor, Michigan  November 2, 2013
D273-2013    .  Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan  September 30, 2013
D273-2013  Looking up Juniper Hill from the main path from the Visitors Center to the picnic pavilions  .  Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan  September 30, 2013
D273-2013  Japanese Katsura tree, Cercidiphyllum japonicum.  Family Cercidiphyllaceae . . . Native to Japan  (adjacent to the main parking lot at the Visitors Center)  .  Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan  September 30, 2013
D306-2013  Euonymus and evergreen providing a favorite color combination, red and green.    West side of the Rackham Building, University of Michigan Central Campus, Ann Arbor, Michigan  November 2, 2013
D306-2013  Seed pods of a Chinese Scholar Tree  Styphnolobium japonicum, aka Pagoda Tree and Japanese Pagoda Tree.    There are many of these trees planted on parkings, and in landscaped settings, in Ann Arbor.  They bloomed very late this year, even later than their usual late summer bloom time, and the blooms persisted for many weeks.  Finally, when nearly every other tree had dropped its leaves, these trees still looked green . . . a combination of leaves and seed pods.    UM Central Campus, Ann Arbor  November 2, 2013
D306-2013  Red maple in the Michigan League Courtyard.  Filters applied, one on top of the other in the order:  watercolor, sumi-e, poster edges    UM Central Campus, Ann Arbor  November 2, 2013
D308-2013  Witch Hazel  This was the first time I've ever noticed any particularly colorful foliage on witch hazel trees.    Central Campus, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  November 4, 2013

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