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Snow-covered common oak trees (Quercus robur), USA (defocussed) : Stock Photo
Yosemite National Park, USA. Other name: English oak. Oaks are a genus of over 600 species of deciduous hardwood trees found throughout the North Temperate Zone. They are an important source of timber.

Snow-covered common oak trees (Quercus robur), USA (defocussed)

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Darrell Gulin
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Yosemite National Park, USA. Other name: English oak. Oaks are a genus of over 600 species of deciduous hardwood trees found throughout the North Temperate Zone. They are an important source of timber.
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