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Uploaded by: tahomus

Wednesday April 10, 2013

Desolation Wilderness, Tahoe Sierra, CA


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4. tahomus
3:41 AM GMT on April 14, 2013
Cool tree, eh? The thin strips of continuous bark are the actual living part of the tree, and the dead wood serves as support and shelter. This is typical of such long lived alpine species like the juniper or the even more dramatic Bristlecone Pine, which live to be over four thousand years old, with just narrow strips of living tissue on huge old trees that are otherwise dead wood. cheers
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3. minnesotamom
7:12 PM GMT on April 12, 2013
Very apt title--it's rather mind boggling that the tree can still pull nutrients up through what looks like dead wood!
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2. luvne32
1:15 PM GMT on April 12, 2013
Neat title, and breathtaking Series.
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1. gatorgal
7:33 AM GMT on April 12, 2013
Love It!!
Absolutely stunning series!
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