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On the way we passed though the fruit growing area of Young ... the bare winter shapes of the trees look gnarled and old not young.

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  1. Very droll ...

    Great shapes though.

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  2. They make pretty patterns in the sky

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  3. Old trees make fantastic shapes. Are they cherry trees?

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  4. Winam, without leaves or fruit to guide me I haven't got a clue!

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  5. I love gnarled trees. You've captured a fantastic bit of imagery here.

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  6. Yes, they do look old and beautiful!

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