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Discussion in 'Photos' started by GsVs, Dec 7, 2009.
Death Valley, Aug, 116 in the shade... This tree was my friend.
I was leading this group back from packsaddle cave in sequoia CA USA on a road through a burn with lots of trees down . I popped the front over this one and got a surprise . it took all six of us to lift it off, because when i'd lift it the tree tipped up with the bike and started sliding off the side of the road and when we did finally get my bike off, the tree catapaulted down the steep side
The famous tree from the end of Shawshank Redemption (when Red finds Andy's buried box). The stone wall's remnants are still visible just to the right in the picture, the rest has been removed.
Burfoot Park, on the Puget Sound in Olympia Washington....
Miccosukee Rd, north of Tallahassee. The road is so old that in places it's at least 4 feet below grade.
Long Beach, MS. The wind and flying debris of Hurricane Katrina stripped the bark from this tree and erased the neighborhood that once surrounded it.
A couple from the Forest of Dean, UK.
That thing is GLORIOUS!!!
This is a favorite of mine from the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Different angle and a lot more light.
around Gainesville, FL
Trees took over the old WWI fortress in my hometown.
Here's some pics from my Feb '10 Costa Rica Adventure.
Sometimes it's not so much the tree, but what's attached to it:
Here's the whole tree:
Not sure this was actually a tree, but the slope was steeper than it looks and no one really wanted to find out. Plus there was barbwire and rampaging cows:
This tree was pretty common otherwise, but had some great lighting:
Mt Ventuox France
My back yard in winter SW France
Roses N Spain
Stourhead Wiltshire Ingalund 2005