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Autumn in the Texas Hill Country, Part 2

By Mark D. Roberts | Saturday, November 8, 2008

spanish oak red leaves texas hill country

Leaves of an oak tree in our back yard. The tree is known by various names: Spanish Oak, Red Oak, or Texas Red Oak. We don’t have many trees in the Texas Hill Country that turn red in autumn, but the Spanish Oak is one of the most common (along with the stunning but relativelty rare Bigtooth Maple, found in abundance in Lost Maples State Park).

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2 Responses to “Autumn in the Texas Hill Country, Part 2”

  1. J.Falconer Says:
    November 8th, 2008 at 7:33 am

    Magnificent! You all have a wonderful weekend God Bless J

  2. Linda Worden Says:
    November 9th, 2008 at 9:27 pm

    Thanks for this lovely, colorful photo. I decided to link this entry to my blog so that others could see our TX beauty.


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