October 17, 2012 § 2 Comments
Tagged: Autumn, Nature in the City
Just think, if all the trees are gone a million years from now and some life form discovers these imprints in the remaining sidewalks, they may consider them trilobites.
Well, especially in Portland Oregon where we practically do live under water haha!
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