Disguises

Disguises

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"Did you know," Charlie asked, "that leaves of deciduous trees aren't really green? The Chlorophyll in the leaves acts as a kind of disguise all summer long while the trees are transforming sunlight into food. But in the fall, when all the sugar goes back into the tree's roots, the colors left behind are that tree's actual colors. Just imagine, being red and gold and amber and citron and saffron all year long, but having to keep it a secret so you could stay alive." 

Quiet Thief

Quiet Thief

Gold

Gold