In Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the lone tree in Kakariko Village and one of the trees next to the entrance to Castle Town change between the two eras. While they look like any other tree when Link is a kid, if you visit these areas with adult Link you'll see the trees are thickening near the top and their branches point upwards.
I've played through different versions of the game (N64, GameCube, 3DS) and the above is true for all of them. However, I could have sworn I remember playing through the game at least once and not seeing any difference in the Kakariko Village tree between the two eras.
I had to re-buy the N64 version when I lost the original cartridge, so I'm wondering if my first one was a version of the game where the tree was the same in both eras. Was there ever such a version?
Here are some pictures that demonstrate what I'm asking about.
The tree in the village as it originally is, from the introductory cut-scene on Link's first visit (not the best view but I couldn't find another). It should be obvious that it looks like any other tree in the game.
The tree in the village once Link is an adult, in any version of OoT I can find nowadays. It obviously looks very different:
There is also this screenshot, which shows the tree while the village is on fire (which only happens when Link is an adult) but having its original shape. This is the way I remember it when I first played the game: