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Sunday, November 13, 2011

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Nicole

lovely!

Lisa at Greenbow

I get the opportunity to watch our neighbors huge ginko lose it's leaves. Most of the time they come down a little at a time but every year or so it seems to dramatically drop it's leaves mostly together. I often wonder if it is that I don't pay that much attention some years. Beautiful photos. I especially like the second one.

Les

Absolutely one of my favorite trees, as much for what it does in the fall as for its story. Unfortunately, there are none in my immediate vacinity, so I really appreciate them when I get near one.

Barbara H.

Love the way the split in the lily pads echos the ginkgo split. Beautiful.

Tree surgeons London

I love ginkgo leave's I think they look like butterflies :).

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