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Bristlecone Pines on Wheeler Peak

Bristlecone pines (Pinus longaeva), which can reach an age of well over 4000 years old, grow on the trail to the rock glacier on Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park, NV. Imaged in August 2007.


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Arthur DigbeeCongratulations!

Arthur Digbee

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I assume that this means that you have checked off another national park?
Posted Aug 6, 2007 1:06 pm

Mark DoironRe: Congratulations!

Mark Doiron

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Actually, in the past three weeks, five for me and six for Curtis: Yosemite (for Curtis), Lassen Volcanic, Redwood, Crater Lake, Canyonlands and Great Basin, of course. Thanks for taking a peek at my image.

--mark d.
Posted Aug 6, 2007 1:13 pm

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Mark DoironSubmitted by Mark Doiron
on Aug 6, 2007 12:57 pm

Image ID: 320556
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Lat/Lon: 38.99270°N / 114.30416°W
Object Title: Bristlecone Pines on Wheeler Peak

Image Type(s): Flora