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Old Sep 25, 2006, 9:04 PM   #1
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Things are happening fast here in the Northwest and the trees are starting to show there Fall colors. I took this picture today of a Black Hawthone tree in the sagebrush hills. Notice the long thorns that will reach out and bite you if you're not looking at what you're doing. Let's see some of your colors from around the world asmother nature puts onher special show. Notice I changed my avatar also, tobemore in sync with the season- Bruce


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Things are happening fast here in the Northwest and the trees are starting to show there Fall colors. I took this picture today of a Black Hawthone tree in the sagebrush hills. Notice the long thorns that will reach out and bite you if you're not looking at what you're doing. Let's see some of your colors from around the world as¬*mother nature puts on¬*her special show. Notice I changed my avatar also, to¬*be¬*more in sync with the season¬*- Bruce
Nice shots.

In Toronto (NE I believe), the fall color has not started yet. Are we supposed to be colder than NW? But just north of us, I heard it is getting there. Next 2 weeks I would expect quite a few posting of great pict in here.

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Lovely colour in this shot....cheers.......Don
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I got this after 2 days of strong wind and heavy rain.

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Nice shot Daniel. Are these Starlings? They come in here by the thousands when the cherries are ripe. It looks like most of your leaves are gone, at least on the shrub the birds are on - Bruce
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Thanks . They came in by the thousands. Yes. We are going through this fall color season now. Just happened that this tree had nothing left at the top.

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