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Maple tree (Acer sp.) through four seasons (montage) : Stock Photo
The maple family encompasses 113 species found throughout the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. Widely grown as ornamentals for their foliage and autumnal colour. Also an excellent source of timber.

Maple tree (Acer sp.) through four seasons (montage)

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Rich Iwasaki
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The maple family encompasses 113 species found throughout the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. Widely grown as ornamentals for their foliage and autumnal colour. Also an excellent source of timber.
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