Ok, cut up a downed Locust tree a few weeks ago. A few days ago, I cut up a second one which was in the same woods about 50 yards from the first one. The 2nd one was a much larger tree. The smaller ones wood is much brighter in color, very yellowish. Hard to see in the pics, the real color is lost in the pic. I'll try to get better pics with better lighting one day. The larger one has a little bit smoother bark, but they both have the X patern in the bark, and both barks are thick, soft, brown/tan. Both are heavy and hard with the same woodgrain, and split very easy. Both smell disctinctly like olives. Is one Black Locust, and the other Honey Locust? Or are the differences just based on the size of the tree?