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Zelkova Serrata or Japanese Zelkova, at Borough Hall
in Metuchen, New Jersey. (USDA Growing Zone 6)

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Photographs and text by Julie Walton Shaver

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

First Week of Fall Leaves


It only takes five minutes a day to snap a pretty leaf picture so I'm committed to documenting the trees this fall. Every day I'll be posting a new picture in my Facebook album, "2011 Fall Trees." Then once a week, I'll post the picture on my blog for those of you who aren't on Facebook. Above, the first picture of fall is of my Japanese Red Maple, Sept. 23, 2011. Click here for the first week's worth of pictures.

Remember, tree-related articles are now posted on my photography blog, under the Julie's Trees category.

Come on over!

Peace, jules 

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