While going punting on a study abroad trip in England, I saw what looked like red kudzu growing on the side of one of the universities in Cambridge. The punter said it was a special vine natural to the region. On the rest of this building, the vine spread and changed to a yellow and a green and then red again. In winter, this vine looked like autumn.

 

 

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