Tree Fruit

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Tree Fruit

Post by Matt Markworth » Mon Aug 17, 2015 7:57 pm

All,

Here is some fruit (native and non-native) I've encountered over the last couple weeks around Cincinnati. We've had a good amount of rain this summer, so everything seems especially vibrant this year.

I played around with the placement of the text as I went along, and I settled on placing the scientific name and common name at the top. I also tried using a quarter a few times for scale, but that ended up being too hard to position while trying to get a good photo.

For anyone that may happen to find this page by browsing the internet, please know that the subject of " Tree Fruit" doesn't imply that it's edible.
kentucky coffeetree.jpg
ohio buckeye.jpg
cucumber tree.jpg
umbrella-tree.jpg
sweetbay.jpg
black walnut.jpg
common hackberry.jpg
yellow buckeye.jpg
american sycamore.jpg
persimmon.jpg
pawpaw.jpg
american hornbeam.jpg
yellowwood.jpg
sweetgum.jpg
bradford pear.jpg
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