Friday, March 21, 2008

Oaks and Manzanita on Muir Mill Road


Oaks and manzanitas served as food sources for the local Pomo tribes for thousands of years. These might be black oaks, but I can't be certain. One of my favorite things about the manzanita bush is the nearly wine-red, glossy skin of its branches.
ManzanitaWithOaks Jigsaw PuzzleManzanitaWithOaks Jigsaw Puzzle

2 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

That really sounds neat--the red branches.

Nice overall photo.

Have a nice holiday weekend.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville

USelaine said...

Thanks for visiting Abe! I'll try to get a good shot of the bark sometime, to post here.