David Diaz takes a photograph of himself after wrapping a sweater around a tree on Glenwood Avenue on Saturday in Raleigh. More than 60 volunteers wrapped 150 trees in sweaters along the Glenwood South corridor between Hillsborough Street and Peace Street on Saturday. The sweaters will stay up for 30 days.
David Diaz takes a photograph of himself after wrapping a sweater around a tree on Glenwood Avenue on Saturday in Raleigh. More than 60 volunteers wrapped 150 trees in sweaters along the Glenwood South corridor between Hillsborough Street and Peace Street on Saturday. The sweaters will stay up for 30 days. rwillett@newsobserver.com
David Diaz takes a photograph of himself after wrapping a sweater around a tree on Glenwood Avenue on Saturday in Raleigh. More than 60 volunteers wrapped 150 trees in sweaters along the Glenwood South corridor between Hillsborough Street and Peace Street on Saturday. The sweaters will stay up for 30 days. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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