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Fall Colors - Autumn colors
Isn't it beautiful to see all the colors of autumn leaves?|
Why and how do leaves change color in fall?Why does an oak leaf turn red/brown? Where do the yellows + oranges come from?
Leaves are Nature's great invention.|
Plants take water from the ground through their roots.
Leaves take carbon dioxide = CO2 from the air.
Then plants use the sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide into glucose - a special sugar.
Glucose is food for many living beings, used for energy and as building material to grow.
The process of turning water and carbon dioxide = CO2 into sugar is called
|This is Bear Springs Blossom Main Trail, easy to walk - with many places to rest and enjoy Nature|
|Upper part of our Big Rock Trail - parts are steep|
|Chrysactinia mexicana - Damianita|
strongly scented shrub - blooms June to October
|Mexican buckeye loop|
|Great-View-Trail, a wonderful trail, |
but you should be fit to walk it
|Chainsaw valley trail, some people gave |
their blood while working on it ..
|Black willow trail - just a start|
|The upper part of our Golden cheeked Warbler habitat - Hill top trail;|
|The lower part of our Golden cheeked Warbler habitats|
|A Robin praising Nature|
|The home of the Madrones is the |
TX Hill Country - you can see over 150 at
Bear Springs Blossom
|Every rain changes our Creek bed trail|
The creek bed was built by the Pipe Creek a long time ago
|View up to parkbench at Big rock trail|
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