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Because who doesn't love trees?Cheers,Rick
Monadnocks National Park, what does this look like?
Old Snow Gum at about 1800 m at the top of Trapyard Spur, Ramshead Range, Kosciusko NP, March 2010..Mountain Plum Pine leaning against granite boulder, carved by the winter winds. Maybe 500 years old. One of the few survivors of the 2003 fires. Kosciusko NP, March 2010Cheers
Zion NP, at the Zion Park Lodge. My wife is the hugger. It's probably a cottonwood.
Cairngorms NP, Scotland.''
Trinity Alps - Fall 2009
Edited by bmlaw on 05/04/2010 13:50:45 MDT.
Storm King Mtn, NY:Pine Barons of NJ:Bulls Bridge off the AT, Kent, CT:Oswegatchie River, Adirondacks, NY:Oswegatchie River, Adirondacks, NY:Oswegatchie River, Adirondacks, NY:Sleeping Giant State Park, CT:Polliwog Pond, Adirondacks, NY:
Edited by bster13 on 04/10/2010 11:22:54 MDT.
Trinity AlpsMatolie River, Lost Coast
Henry Coe St Park
Taum Sauk Section
Chestnut, Sant Julia d'Uixos, Catalan Pyrenees.
Dead Live Oak; but not gone: Nags Head Woods
Edited by obxcola on 04/10/2010 21:30:56 MDT.
Ramsey's Draft, Shenandoah, Va.
Eastern Sierras, Green Lake- Mini Island Trees
My Son in the base of a Giant Karri Tree in the States South West.
Birch Tree on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks
Edited by mtmche2 on 04/11/2010 03:43:18 MDT.
Hi MarcForgive me, but I could not resist seeing what your photo looked like when cropped and enhanced a bit:.Cheers
Cambodia for Christmas
Edited by xavi1337 on 04/11/2010 08:28:20 MDT.
Near Cesjacks Hut, near Mt Jagungal, Kosciusko NP
Calaveras Big Trees SP.
Some more from the March BPL trip to Henry Coe
Edited by rgless on 04/11/2010 21:03:21 MDT.
Actually a member of the lilly family...Other desert trees
Edited by PaulW on 04/12/2010 13:06:39 MDT.
Along the Milford TrackAlong the Routeburn TrackDusky Track
Very nice Ryan-quality pics!
Fall color on the Rogue River
Edited by Davidpcvsamoa on 04/12/2010 22:35:04 MDT.
This banyan tree in ft.myers florida was planted by Thomas Edison in 1925. It is awesome!
San Gabriel Mtns
These were taken during my Long Trail thru on October 1, near Lincoln MT.
Susquehannock Trail, PA
Backyard shot-Mt Diablo,Ca
Cedar in Senjo-ga-Hara, near Nikko, Japan.
Edited by butuki on 05/16/2010 21:09:26 MDT.
Fire remnants leading up to Camp Creek Saddle, Gila Wilderness, new aspens filling in. Taken yesterday. Trail #218, Gila Wilderness, heading out of Spider Creek. Woodpecker cavities, Ponderosa. South Whitewater Creek, Gila Wilderness.
Edited by Eugeneius on 05/17/2010 06:58:49 MDT.
A couple of my favorites... both on the Foothills Trail in the upstate of South Carolina.Don Meredith
Yosemite trees in January
Edited by clockwork on 05/17/2010 23:13:27 MDT.
Ancient Giant in the Gila Wilderness 5/15/10
The following are all photos of Angophora Costata, they are known by a range of names but around the Sydney region we call them either Sydney Red Gum or Smooth Bark Apple. Angophora are "Gum" trees but are a separate genus to Eucalyptus. They come in a great variety of shapes and can grow in rock cracks on cliff faces.My daughter calls this one the Medusa Tree.Normally they have smooth bark but this one has these deep grooves along the trunk.For the past 30 years I have been watching this tree slowly grow around the rock.This one is growing on top of a rock shelf in an exposed position.The Hippo Tree.Cheers,Michael.
Edited by AussieBushwalker on 05/19/2010 03:37:58 MDT.
Weird tree on Turtle Back Arch Trail in Red River Gorge-
Photo taken during my Party On the AT.I call it The Great Grandfather Tree.It looks like it had a rough life but is still tall and strong and deserving of respect. :-)Cherry Gap Shelter, Unicoi, TN, June 1st, 2010Party On,Newton
Humboldt Redwood State Park
Maybe 8 inches, at 8,000 feet.
Brunnell Cascade in Yosemite...a lonely treeSunset in the sierras turn it redA tree anchor in Yosemite, that is the second pitch
Trees in between Taos and Wheeler Peak
Ollantaytambo, the Sacred Valley, PeruSunrise, Lost Lake, CA
God has a sense of humor! Prairie Creek Redwoods SP.
Edited by bumpass on 07/30/2010 15:10:35 MDT.
You're a tough act to follow, Sheila. Here's symmetree.Cheers,Rick
Mossy Oaks,South Fork Trinity River
Lake Superior Ice Caves - Bayfield, WI.----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----Lake Plateau - Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness, Montana----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----Russell Creek Trail - Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness, Montana----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
Looking up thru a "chimney fired" Pondersoa Pine, top of ridge campsite at Head of Dean, Philmont.Winter sunset, Sucker Lake, Vadnais Heights, MN
Edited by funnymoney on 08/04/2010 20:14:11 MDT.
Not up to the caliber of some previously posted, but it's a start. Somewhere in western Cuba:Flagstaff, Arizona:Cannon Beach, Oregon:Sedona, Arizona:
South Fork Trinity River, Middle-Eel Wilderness
Edited by Creachen on 11/07/2010 18:58:53 MST.
Two of my favorite photos...ASPEN near the Colorado Trail:I call this one "Skeletal Trees" from one foggy morning on the Benton MacKaye Trail:
Living in the Tongass makes it hard to decide which trees are my favorites. So, these two are above the rest, but there are more....RootsAnd simply The Tree on Admiralty Island
Here's one barely holding on along Dinkey Creek in the Sierra's a few years ago. Some alpenglow/treeglow.
Edited by bluewater on 11/18/2010 19:50:38 MST.
This one's a 4 picture pano taken last summer in the Sierra's near Courtwright.
Can't get enough trees.
Finger Col Tree-All by his lonesome.
Wow! I really like all of your pictures Jay, especially the JMT stuff. I've started planning trips outside of my usual summer spots in the Sierra's for next season. Your pictures have got me psyched to finally do a JMT trip next summer. Thanx! . . . here's another tree pano:
Thanks Andrew, I am planning to do the JMT next year too.Foggy Spider Web Trees...
Maybe I'll see you on the trail (late August/early Sept). Dead trees in Ampitheatre Lake, Grand Tetons.
This one is from a solo trip in the Grand Tetons 2006.
Fall Crape Myrtle
Zombie trees? SE Yosemite.Cheers,Rick
Winter supplies for squirrels.Hmmm, where did it go?
Edited by simaulius on 11/22/2010 00:28:47 MST.
Amazing how the root system hugged that boulder over the years...
near auburn trails system...and in big basin a few weeks ago...
Tall Trees Grove in Redwood National ParkView of Mt Hood from Mt Defiance in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon
I named this one "Blast Off"
Lush Morris Meadows, Trinity Alps
Bet mine has the steepest approach ;) (climber is me, photo by my belayer) Modern Times .8+ - Gunks,NY
Sorry about the quality...iPhone...EDIT you cant really tell, but the tree in the forefront is growing out of the mossy branch.
Edited by WoodenWizard on 11/18/2011 21:24:34 MST.
I'm embarrassed by my first post. Here's another tree:
One bay at Raquette lake:Raquette River (Long Lake Inlet):Sunset on Raquette Lake:Tree on Brown's Tract Inlet:Misty sunrise on Eighth Lake:Coverage in the High Peaks:
From the back porch, first winter after moving into our house.RMNPGrace Lake, BWCAWDenali, AK
Edited by BER on 11/19/2011 13:50:27 MST.
Santa Barbara style
Seven Devils range:
A much appreciated tree providing some mid-day shadeGood intentions, but the execution is wrong -> Shading the wrong side of the path...Both pictures are from my 2009 Camino de Santiago trip.
Edited by lipsum on 12/10/2011 02:19:03 MST.
Heading to Little Yosemite Valley, CAOn the way up Jefferson, White Mountains, NHJust before Charlie Bunion in the SmokiesBiggest Tree in Yosemite
Edited by WalkSoftly33 on 12/10/2011 06:10:49 MST.
Milford Track, New Zealand
Edited by mrjones on 12/14/2011 22:40:39 MST.
Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner.Beautiful photograph Chris, the rest of the trees in that set are amazing as well.
Thanks Eugene!You found them—when are you going to join wenthiking? Waiting to see your runs in there...
I should join, in fact I will join. Kyle has a great website over there. I perused through your numerous trips and they're all excellent.
Henry Coe St ParkHenry Coe St ParkBPL GGG--Come join the party!
Tree freeze up. Yes winter is here!
Edited by velimirkemec on 12/19/2011 03:27:59 MST.
A few miles south of Forrester Pass, Sequoia NP, CA.
Edited by SabineFunk on 01/03/2012 06:45:38 MST.
One of my personal favorites. This is an HDR shot of the Aspens and Pines along the Kachina Trail near Flagstaff Arizona.
I 30s exposure at late dusk. I nearly died immediately after this shot as an electrical storm broke out while I was crossing an alpine meadow. Had been rainy all day but not a single threat of thunder until the sun went down.
The biggest yew of La Rioja, and my favourite tree. Taken with the phone's camera, sorry.
along the southern Highline, Bridger Wilderness
Growing out of cracks in the rock, Sequoia Nat'l ParkTikal Nat'l Park
Emigrant Wilderness pinesCarson-Iceberg Wilderness
San Gabriel Mountains
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