November 11, 2014

Gingko Grove at Blandy



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15 comments:

  1. Wow - the colors in the ginko grove are so nice - a pretty yellow blanket!
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  2. We sometimes see single Gingko trees here. We've got a young one I planted, but i'venever seen a grove of Gingkos in my life!

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  3. Pretty yellow leaves. Most are down here, but a few still cling to the trees.

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  4. I really like that carpet of leaves in your first photo.

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  5. I wonder if those trees are the same ginko that they use as an herb?

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  6. Such a beautiful carpet of yellow, Linda!

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  7. Love your shot of the forest floor carpeted with yellow leaves!

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  8. It's interesting how Gingko trees seem to drop their leaves all in one day. This is a lovely shot!

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  9. Such a pretty yellow carpet of leaves.

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  10. I love Gingko trees and the leaves make for such a wonderful golden carpet. Never seen that many of them at one time though, super cool.

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  11. The fallen leaves make for a carpet of gold.

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