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My guess would be that it was pollen that was dusted off from the tree.
Quote from: another_someone on 16/04/2007 12:16:23My guess would be that it was pollen that was dusted off from the tree.i never thought of that [:I] , there was masses of the stuff. it generated really large clouds of the pollen dust.Neil, as you are so wealthy. i possibly was in the back end of your garden. all the way up in Newark!
below is a picture of a tree "leaf". now, i have no idea as to the type of tree that it is from, so luckilly that is not my question my question is, when Anastasia brushed past one of the low lying branches a big cloud of, what i can only describe as dust poured from the "leaf"!what was this dust?
Seany, just so's you know, the tree in question appears to be a Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata) and originates in the NW areas of the USA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thuja_plicata
Karen---are you out there--this is michaela and i'm trying to find you