With the disappearance of the autumn leaves, and all the bright hues turning into browns and grays, I find myself already hungering for color. Fortunately, there is still a few splashes of color out there to fill the void. I spotted this cluster of Red-Osier Dogwood leaves flashing their color amid the gray trunks of the cottonwood trees. The plant is an important browse for moose during the winter.
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