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Saturday August 10, 2013

Fremont, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: ... but not a good choice for the hungry human. Poison oak is already getting Fall color at Coyote Hills.

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4. actual
6:44 AM GMT on August 11, 2013
I once encountered a family, on Thanksgiving Day, with a beautiful collection of poison oak they'd collected to decorate their dinner table. I was aghast, to say the least... and told them what the plant was, how to eliminate the urushiol from their skin and why to never touch it again. It's insidious, in that with first contact one may not react, but the second time is very different, not to mention uncomfortable and itchy!
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3. ChrisAnthemum
6:12 AM GMT on August 11, 2013
Definitely one to admire from a distance. I, too, brought home pretty plants with three shiny leaves to plant in the yard when I was an ignorant child. Know better now, LOL!
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2. jjstrohs
4:57 AM GMT on August 11, 2013
At least you recognize poison oak. Will never forget when I picked a piece to bring home & start - and paid for later. :o)

Very pretty picture!
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1. WeatherWise
2:48 AM GMT on August 11, 2013
Oh, that's not good! Great
capture! Thanks for sharing!
Despite the poison makes
a pretty photo!
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