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Massive myrtlewood tree, Agness, OR, USA
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Standing inside this incredible myrtlewood tree in Agness, Oregon.  One can walk within & gaze up into its impressive canopy of many stems, to which I counted 23 in this particular view (there may perhaps be more out of view).  There was a cool breeze w/in the leaves & the birds were loving it.  There are large old mushrooms at the base to which a former tree may have grown, died & rotted & the resulting stems grew out into what you see today, which may infact mean this to be quite an ancient tree.  The ground space has just enough room for me to lay down straight & take a nap, however there is a small stump in the way.  The largest myrtlewood in the state is not too far from here at 42 feet in diameter, whereas this one may be only 10-12 feet.  These trees are found along the Coast Mountains in Southern Oregon & California, the largest in California is located in Mendocino County.  The wood is great for carving & intricate furniture design.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 29/03/2018
Uploaded: 08/04/2018
Обновено: 19/06/2018
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Tags: myrtle; myrtlewood; tree; massive; agness; oregon; ancient; old
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