Bristlecone Pine Youngsters

© James E. Coleman

Bristlecone Pine Youngsters

Uploaded: July 25, 2006

Description

These guys are probably only a few hundred years old.
Help me if you are from area, I am going by what I read.

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Comments

Emile Abbott level-deluxe August 01, 2006

I know little about them Jim except that Ansel Adams did a great job photographing them. I have been awaiting my chance as some old guys. Nicely presented landscapeand the bristlecone in the foreground really add to the perspective. #495337

Lynne Morris level-classic August 01, 2006

Gorgeous image Jim, great textures on those old trees, nicely captured. #3111213

James E. Coleman level-classic August 02, 2006

Emile and Lynne,
Thanks I jsut widh I hadn't been so out of breath!! 11500 ft the second morning we were there and just couldn't hack hiking up the hill again to get closer shots.
thanks again.

Jim #3114638

ALLEN O. HOWARD August 06, 2006

A great composition James A real stretch for the eye! All I know is it appears you were fairly high up in the mountains! #3131305

James E. Coleman level-classic August 08, 2006

Allen,
Thanks, but what did you mean stretch for the eye? If something is out of whack I like to know it.
Yes, this was around 11,500 feet.
Really, really wanted to take some more shots but altitude was too much for us on first and second day there adapting.
Jim #3139979

Hurk (Steve) Hurkett January 03, 2007

Nice view, Jim ... I like the PoV ...

Steve Hurkett #3775916

James E. Coleman level-classic January 03, 2007

Steve,
Thanks, these are realy interesting trees, oldest thing on earth 4000= years for some of them. Some of this group up to 1700 years old.
Thanks for stopping by!
Jim
#3776285

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