Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Weeping Ash

This weeping ash tree is believed to be one of the oldest trees is Washington Park (or, as its sign calls it, one of the park's "senior citizens"). Beneath the branches, the air is very cool, almost cave-like and one of its trunks is carefully supported by a wooden brace. The venerable ash is located just northwest of the Moses fountain.

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