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can't get there from here

Uploaded by: tahomus

Saturday February 4, 2012

desolation wilderness, tahoe sierra, CA

Caption: an indecisive Juniper on the west slope of the Sierra above Rockbound Valley

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4. ColoradoKat
7:30 PM GMT on February 19, 2012
Wonderful old tree! I just love them!
Great, clear shot, Mark!
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3. tahomus
1:56 PM GMT on February 07, 2012
thanks. it looks like this old guy has been pruned through the years by our (normally) huge snow pack. it has a branch on the downhill side that was split from 20 feet up the trunk down to the ground, and has just kept on growing where it lies. gotta admire such persistance
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2. kristinarinell
1:37 AM GMT on February 07, 2012
Beautiful!
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1. dixiedaughter
6:24 PM GMT on February 06, 2012
Amazing tree!
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