~ Oregon White Oak ~ Wordless Wednesday ~


Quercus garryana

Native Range: From British Columbia south through northern California, primarily along the temperate corridor that includes Puget Sound and the Willamette Valley.


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5 Responses to ~ Oregon White Oak ~ Wordless Wednesday ~

  1. The trees of my childhood. There’s nothing more wonderful than white oak leaves piled high on the sidewalk. Beautiful pics!

  2. Olga says:

    Such a majestic tree. Wonderful photo, Lindy.

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      Thanks, Olga. I do seem to be focused on leafless trees these days — wonder why?!! Soon all will leaf out and the whole scene changes. Maybe I’ll drop by that spot occasionally to take pictures of this tree as it changes through the seasons. Oh, that would be fun!

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