Excellent! These trees really look Old!
Hello Tom C. ... I Gold-starred this as a Favorite because of the subject and the color and flow of the trunk. I got converted to "tree-hugger" in reaction to the butchery done for money in forests; and I've been in awe of Bristlecone pines for years. Musser Forests, a large commercial mail-order nursery in central Pennsylvania, sold Bristlecone seedings for years (and may still). Greetings from DownEast Maine, elelwal
Thanks for your comments elelwal, more pictures here
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Photo taken in Inyo County, CA, USA
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
Misplaced? Suggest new location