When people think of fall color, they usually think of the deciduous trees. But don’t count out the conifers.  Come autumn, the cypress here turns a bright rusty hue, contrasting nicely with the other foliage.  The bases broad bases and fluted columns that make up the trunk made these trees seem to date from another eon.

CYPRESS and CORMORANTS — Running parallel to U.S. 70 east of Little Rock is a strip of water surrounded by cypress.
TREE FULL OF LIFE — Cormorants gather around the base and in the branches of this cypress.

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