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The beginning of fall color

Here’s several photos from the area around Boch Hollow. They were taken September 29th, 2012.

Across from Boch Hollow. There’s a yellow field of soybeans in the foreground.

The vines on this dead tree could either be poison ivy (three leaves) or Virgina creeper (five leaves). I was too far away to tell.
The saplings edging this field could be White Ash. In the fall the leaves of the White Ash take on a deep reddish-purple color.

Boch Hollow is a State Nature Preserve in Hocking County, a bit south of central Ohio.

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© Deborah Platt, Robert Platt and 2012 to 2021

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