Fall Tree is from Devil's Punchbowl County Park, California.
I found this tree during my hiking on the Devil's Punchbowl.
The vegetation contributes greatly to the particular appearance of any landscape, and it is rewarding to look at native vegetation as plant communities. Driving to the park, beginning down on the flats of the Antelope Valley, there is almost a complete absence of large shrubs or trees. The road then climbs into a belt of Joshua trees and California junipers. As you enter the park boundaries, the Joshuas are left behind and you enter a region dominated by Pinyon pine Woodland, with shrubs of the Desert Chaparral as an understory.
May 6th, 2013
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