Sunday Trees – 252

My entry for Becca Givens challenge on the site “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea” will explore the Japanese Coral Bark Maple tree. This ornamental is perfect for gardens that need some color in the winter when the leaves have fallen, because of the coral hue of the bark. As the leaves fall and the winter cold approaches, the coral color gets deeper and deeper, the hue balancing nicely with the tan brick behind. Here are five pictures that look at the tree from different angles and distances:

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5.0 out of 5 stars

Please hurry with the next NU book!

on September 4, 2016
Fast-paced military science fiction, I was very impressed that this is a first novel for Mr. Waugh. The author has really done his homework, as he has worked with many concepts of science, history, anthropology, space travel and military technology in this book. The story “reads” very well, editing is good, I only found 3 or 4 instances where the wrong word was used or misspelled. I really like the chapter structure and the 3 main story lines that are going on (two alien ones, and one human). I can’t wait to get the next installment of this story–hope it comes soon.
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