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 Posted: Thu Jul 12th, 2018 11:58 am
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Steven B
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Hard to tell in the black and white photos.  ;)

Gray is the norm for redwood on the California Coast in the moisture of the fog on houses and decks. 
Bridges and trestles turn gray too.
 
There is (or was) a great example north of Fort Bragg, CA over Pudding Creek, is a nice warm shade of gray. 
In searching images it comes right up, so it must be still there.




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 Posted: Sat Jul 14th, 2018 08:53 pm
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Steven - You're right and I stand corrected.  I always kept my redwood stained and the tannin was a real problem while the wood was green.  If I had left it natural I'm sure it would have turned silvery-grey.  Thanks for the note.
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