Saturday, October 6, 2007

A Spot of Color From Sumac

Some of the first and brightest colors of fall in the Southern Appalachians come from a very small and humble plant. But when this time of the year comes, sumac comes out of it shyness and shows off in brilliant colors. I saw these two plants growing in an almost impossible spot on this barren rock face. The contrast of the rocky background makes a prefect neutral color for the sumac

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