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In Anna, San Francisco on October 21, 2009 at 12:20 am
Twisted tree

Twisted tree

I really liked the autumn tree in Kimberly’s post yesterday, so I decided to take a little walk through the UC Berkeley campus to check out the sites.  I was tempted to post a photo of a beautiful ancient Redwood, but the lighting and character of this tree won out.

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