fig. 98: faux pixels on the leaf of a river birch.
fig. 97: a leaf begins the process of blending into its background.
fig. 96: dead limbs never blink.
fig. 95: some oak leaves self-censor.
fig. 94: a Spanish influence can be seen in some leaves' autumnal markings.
fig. 93: leaves of the japanese maple have been used as hypnosis aides for millenia.
fig. 92: certain mosses secrete a pheromone that reacts beautifully with maple leaves
fig. 91: certain mosses secrete a pheromone that reacts beautifully with maple leaves
fig. 90: it's said that if you arrange the leaves of the bluepoint tree in a circle, you will attract true love.
fig. 88: snake leaves portend a long, hard winter.
fig. 89: lower branch of the rouge tree
fig. 87: leaf of the bullseye maple
fig. 86: an evergreen's pine cone with fall foliage envy
fig. 85: flowers of the rose of sharon tree are natural show-offs.
fig. 84: stripes syndrome as seen on dead Mountain Laurel leaves
fig. 83: Queen Anne's lace with daisy envy.
fig. 82: dying leaves of house plants still retain a strong memory of their past glory