Very odd snow picture.

Discussion in 'Post Your Liberty Pictures' started by LibertyOrDeath, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. LibertyOrDeath

    LibertyOrDeath Full Access Member

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    Don't you think?


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  2. Dave

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    You mean the tree? It still has green leaves. You would think the leaves would have changed color and fallen off before the snow flies. What kind of tree is it?

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    Yeah, what's that Grand Caravan doing there?
     
  4. LibertyOrDeath

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    That's an oak tree, it is just weird to see leaves on snow. And yes a GC. Wife wanted a minivan (for seating) and that's what I got. I didn't even think about the XK. I hope somebody will wipe it out so I can get a 5.7 QDII Commander, for um, her. :D
     
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    We had a very early snow here in Washington which explains why some trees still have some green leaves on them. Different breeds of trees seem to lose their leaves at different rates. The odd thing isn't so much the green leaves, but the snow on the ground. :)