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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.
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