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We eventually left the open country and got among the trees.  Their trunks are fresh creamy yellow because they have recently shed their bark.

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  1. It's like entering an entirely new landscape after the trees have shed their bark, isn't it? It's our equivalent of 'fall' I think.

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  2. Really yellow. Isn't nature wonderful how it uses the full spectrum of colours? :)

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    1. There are some really surprising colours in nature, especially among the flowers. Fluro colours brighter than those worn by the hard hat guys.

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  3. Those tree trunk colours are quite something :D)

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