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Here is a couple posts of trees that have captured my atterntion over the last months of fall. Worthy of the most delicate of pies!

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Tyler Hoff
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Bright and Cheery!
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Different assortment of lichen growing on old tree found in the Rattlesnake :)
 
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Nice. I used to see lots of moss up near Yellowstone park like that.
 
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hoo great pic.. looking so beautiful..
 
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