This will be the last of the Texas winter storm photos for now. The countryside around here is covered in Mountain Juniper trees like this one. They are known locally as “cedars” for some reason and are the bane of many Texan’s existence thanks to the copious amount of pollen the male trees release from around Christmas to the end of January each year.
During the storm, many cedars suffered damage due to the weight of ice and snow that accumulated on their branches. Most of those on our property seem to have survived without too many broken limbs, though.
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