Monday, February 8, 2010

junipers and yews and cedars, oh my!

The pigment of evergreens has become hideously bizarre. Some just turn yellow, and lose needles, like this cedar.
Quite a few have only brown needles remaining.
But like this decrepit barn, every last one of them is irreversibly decayed, and just creepy.
The weirdest colors are found on these bruised, blackened yews and junipers, which should shine a nice green.
This disgusting hue is to be found in the unkempt wild and in landscaped settings as well. It's just, well, gross.

This video should be plane obvious:

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