Ancient Bristlecone Pine

In the Patriarch Grove in Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, CA...looking at one of the oldest organisms on planet Earth.

Copyright: Brandon riza
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Uploadet: 11/07/2012
Opdateret: 04/08/2014


Tags: mountains; sierra nevada; lakes; brandon riza; california; white mountains; inyo mountains; bishop; big pine; bristlecone pine; owens valley
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