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A very interesting tree shape, is it a photo a tree stump in its natural form or a man-made piece of scupture made to look tree like?
Or even a tree stump manipulated using editing software?
Kevin Ashton |
12/10/2021 at 07:54 AM
The tree is a Bristlecone Pine. They are among the oldest living things on Earth. This tree is located in Schulman Grove in the White Mountains of California.
There is a second grove of Bristlecone Pines at another location, nearby, Patriarch Grove which has more room between the trees.
I have a project on Bristlecone pines on my website. It is in the October issue of my monthly Journal. Click on the link to my website and download the project.
Thanks for stopping by.
Joe Lipka |
12/10/2021 at 01:57 PM
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