Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Third Street, East Village, June 2006

I read somewhere that ginkgo trees are prehistoric, one of the oldest surviving plants on the planet. So it's easy to see why they're also one of the most popular street trees in New York. They're tough.

In the fall, the fan-shaped leaves on their long, fingery branches turn brilliant yellow.

Rain, rain, go away!

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