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Everyone knows what a tree looks like. But few have really seen
the delicate, emerging leaves of a tulip poplar or the twigs of a
beech. When we look at a tree up close, a whole new world of form
and detail emerges, and we begin to appreciate trees in an entirely
Trees Up Close offers an intimate, revealing look at the beauty
of leaves, flowers, cones, fruits, seeds, buds, bark, and twigs of
the most common trees. With more than 200 dazzling photos, you will
be amazed by the otherwordly beauty of the acorns from a sawtooth
oak, enchanted by the immature fruits of a red maple, and dazzled
by the delicate emerging flowers of the American elm.
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