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Gatoland on April 16, 2011

El pino a la roca... la roca al pino...

susan lynn on February 20, 2012

beautiful shot Gatoland...the way the tree is reaching up to the sky, it's magical!

Gatoland on February 20, 2012

It is likely that the photograph is pine over 300 years

Gatoland on February 20, 2012

I took up to four photos for this panorama

susan lynn on February 23, 2012

it's incredible!

Gatoland on February 23, 2012

Well, not as old as the giant sequoias that have in the U.S. or the yews we have here, not as an olive tree that is in the North (in Santander) with more than 2,000 years old but still is a spectacular specimen. Pines do not live much longer, well if felled one of over 500 years despite the protests of my father in the town hall, that was a crime.

susan lynn on February 25, 2012

I love old trees...how they become so gnarled and twisted. They have such interesting forms.

Gatoland on February 25, 2012

If you could speak they would tell us as did those scars, how they had to survive the man and his ax, to thunderstorms, lightning, floods... no doubt they would tell us stories to write a book for each tree.

susan lynn on February 29, 2012

So next time you encounter one of these old trees, give it a hug!

Gatoland on March 8, 2012

Hi Susan, I do very often because I feel its energy, a few days ago I commented on a photo of Ana (Ordiso62), if you feel you must embrace life, and I'm sure the photo, even dead things passed.

susan lynn on March 9, 2012

but of course...it's the only way to treat a tree.

Gatoland on March 11, 2012

Yes, although some do not understand or ever will understand and we will ...

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  • Uploaded on April 16, 2011
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    by Gatoland
    • Taken on 2011/04/15 16:51:45
    • ISO Speed: ISO100

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