I found these trees at the University of New Mexico. They’re so pretty, I went back more than once to get some better shots. I call it a Redhead Tree (for obvious reasons).

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How many pictures did I take of the Redheads? I’m afraid to say. You might not come back to visit if you knew how many more I was going to post. And if you know the name of this tree, please feel free to be a smart-ass in the comment section. 🙂

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9 thoughts on “The Redhead Trees

  1. wow how beautiful! i wish we had colorful trees and foliage here. we have a small amount of trees that turn a dirty yellow, but very few of vivid color. one of the things i miss from the midwest is a truly colorful fall.

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  2. OMG!!!…The colors are so fucking bright : 0
    So beautiful gurl…these really took my breath away…glad someone found the name…I will try to remember and maybe one day plant one here if we can meaning thrive here…LOVE how the colors are Christmas colors like the red and tips are golden looking…

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