Igor, I just ask your birch vs aspen
question of Google and it seems you have the distinction reversed.
Aspen have a "bright white bark"
and the birch a "gray bark."
Glad you asked!
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> On Sep 21, 2016, at 7:38 AM, Igor PDML-StR <pdml...@komkon.org> wrote:
> Very nice and "bright" (mood-wise) image.
> I am always confused by the looks of aspens in Colorado: they are so white
> that I am thinking if they are birches.
> In my childhood, I am used to see aspen trees with trunks that have more
> greyish-greenish tint. Something like this:
> I believe that is called "Eurasian Aspen" (or European Aspen), as opposed to
> "American ("golden" or "mountain") Aspen" that (I believe) is in your photo.
> PS. Compare to birches:
> Jack Davis Wed, 21 Sep 2016 06:40:09 -0700 wrote:
> Looking for something appropriate for the season.
> Shot several years ago near Ouray, Colorado.
> Prefer it in B&W, but to match the theme, chose this.
> C&C welcome!
> Mamiya6, 50mm lens.
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