#ulography: #20- Tree Tuesday at Cahokia Mounds

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We spent the afternoon today exploring around the Cahokia Mounds site, which is the largest site of a prehistoric Indian community in the US. We were on our way to climb Monks Mound when I spied this goggle-eyed tree trunk.


This fellow in the front caught my eye. It's like he's standing guard in his black and white uniform. Or dressed up for a formal occasion. You see one of the historical mounds in the background.


This one I was impressed with the almost perfect rounded and full shape.

I hope you have enjoyed these trees I found while exploring the historic Cahokia Mounds!


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