Ancient Bristlecone Pine 14

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Comments (3)

Snemann on April 11, 2007

Excellent! These trees really look Old!

L. L. Wall on November 15, 2012

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

Tom C. on November 17, 2012

Thanks for your comments elelwal, more pictures here

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  • Uploaded on February 18, 2007
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    by Tom C.