CFFC: Light and Lime Green

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge right now is a color series; this week is light green or lime green.

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Young maple leaves – most of the maples around here have a fungus on their leaves called “maple tar spot,” supposedly caused by wet weather so that the leaves never have a chance to dry out. So these leaves weaken and fall off the tree even before they turn color. However, I found some “new” maple leaves that are not yet affected by the fungus.
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Yucca plants in Arizona
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An old gas station building along Route 66 in Oklahoma
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Old fashioned telephone booth, Kingman, Arizona
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Gift shop door, Seligman, Arizona
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Unusual “totem pole” made from a tree – Foyil, Oklahoma (more about this in Getting Our Kicks in Oklahoma Part 2)!
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Vintage car, Springfield, Missouri
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Dinosaur statue, Uranus, Missouri (more about this weird place in future Getting Our Kicks post)
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