Oak and Horse-chestnut / ナラとトチノキ

November 6, 2011

1 September 1994, France
Leaves of Trees

They are both common trees in Europe.  Oak is widely used for furniture and building materials, whilst on the other hand Horse-chestnut, which is popular in parks and on roadside greens, is rarely used for furniture or other purposes.


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