One day this week we had sunshine. It was a day to celebrate! The sun felt so good! It almost blinded me, I had to run for my sunglasses.
Chance and I captured the Tamaracks (Larix laricina) or Larch as they changed color. Tamaracks are coniferous and deciduous. Their needle like leaves turn a golden yellow in the Fall and drop to the ground. They will appear naked and dead all winter long. In the spring the buds will pop and form greenish blue needle like leaves.
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