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4 Comments

  1. wow – beautiful!

  2. Leslie, you’ve captured the cottonwoods beautifully! not junk trees at all, in my opinion living in the desert in El Paso. When I first moved here almost two decades ago, they were the sign for me that fall had come because the huge trees by my workplace turned yellow the week before thanksgiving. I had to learn delayed gratification waiting that long! They are the sign that water is in the desert, if they grow in nature, there’s an underground spring there. They stand out in the landscape. Very nice job on both of these.

    • I’m in agreement with you and I bet the reference for these cottonwoods were from an area or climate like Texas, judging by the arid soil under them. Thank you for this comment!


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