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Flowering Tree of Summer

Beautiful Colors

A flowering tree discovery was part of my morning as I was walking along a trail enjoying the weather for the day, taking in the spectacular colors of the early summer. This is what I have to share. There is no better feeling than to have an experience with nature and the colors it offers. This is what life is. Nothing more.

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I live at the edge of the forest in semi-moist locations, I enjoy larva, and other delights. Although I am toothless and mostly warty, I am a sight to see.

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