22 thoughts on “autumn acrobat

        1. They are North American Trees Janice, deciduous and very popular here in Melbourne in the 1920’s. Almost every house built in that decade in this city had a liquid Amber. Our old one is 90 this year.

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          1. That’s wonderful that you know the age of your tree–what a treasure! Liquid Ambers don’t grow around here — more common farther south where it’s a little warmer (I had to look it up when you mentioned North America 🙂

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    1. Thanks Sandra a clever poetic response. This tree is reversing now sprouting leaves however the possums really attacked the new buds in late Winter and its looking a bit scruffy at the moment.

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