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Arches National Park, Utah

it's a struggle for existence in the and arid, water is scarce in the area...around Arches NP the fantastic rock formations are often surrounded by a few Pinons, and also these Juniper trees..evidently the Junipers will self-regulate, cutting off water to parts of the plant in order to preserve the entire specimen

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Margot W13-Oct-2012 21:19
Stunning shot of this old juniper. A lesson can be learned from this tree.
Steve Morris11-Oct-2012 13:54
Many a great artist would struggle to match the beauty of this natural sculpture!BV
Marcia Colelli10-Oct-2012 01:26
Wonderful find. Love the texture and details of this old gnarly tree V
janescottcumming09-Oct-2012 00:30
This old guy looks like he is doing a dance. Wonderful shape, form, lines and textures all set off by the brilliant blue sky. V
tinkerb07-Oct-2012 19:54
Great texture and colour and it looks like an ongoing struggle!
Dan Greenberg07-Oct-2012 15:51
Fantastic composition and the title is so perfect. Great capture of all the texture and color. Very artistic! ~BV~
Fong Lam07-Oct-2012 15:25
So fascinating with that sinuous a dancing sculpture....V
Aud Elise Sjøsæther07-Oct-2012 11:22
Just amazing! V
marie-jose wolff07-Oct-2012 10:45
I like the awesome shape of this tree, it looks tortured, fantastic colors! V
rousselziak07-Oct-2012 09:39
Wonderful ! Love it ! -V-
veraferia07-Oct-2012 08:38
Impressive texture and fantastic colors!V
Marco Valk07-Oct-2012 07:30
Amazing shapes; great shot.
John Hamers07-Oct-2012 07:16
Amazing textures and colours, very nicely captured !! V
Guest 07-Oct-2012 06:59
Spectacular shot!
Gerard Koehl07-Oct-2012 06:44
Cette souche est magnifique. V
Sam Rua07-Oct-2012 05:32
Nicely captured and cleverly titled, David. Now I can see why you guys were so fascinated with these forms.
Bryan Murahashi07-Oct-2012 04:12
Great photo of this twisted living tree. V
Carol How07-Oct-2012 03:52
Perfectly exposed and the old gnarled shape plays so well against the green tree behind it... V
Gary A. Rich (GRainelev)07-Oct-2012 03:29
Fantastic image. Great explanation. Well seen & capture. You image puts the viewer right there. V.
laine06-Oct-2012 23:31
Nature needs no photoshopping...excellent shot!!
FrankB06-Oct-2012 23:30
it does have an almost Olympeian look about it...V
Jess. ( Lady.D.)06-Oct-2012 23:04
Magnificent David, like a strange sculpture....
Mairéad06-Oct-2012 21:31
It looks tortured! Great colours and details. V
Jim Coffman06-Oct-2012 20:58
Be still my heart!! Love it,David!
larose forest photos06-Oct-2012 20:57
And it matches the surrounding red rocks. A beautiful image of this lone, old sentinel. V
Guest 06-Oct-2012 20:54
Wonderfull tree!
John Reynolds LRPS06-Oct-2012 19:48
Interesting scene - thanks for the explanation. V.
Colin Storey06-Oct-2012 19:43
Fantastic find and image of the very hardy juniper. v
joseantonio06-Oct-2012 19:38
Hard life for these trees in that area. A nice example of survival...V
peterjay4506-Oct-2012 19:35
Beautiful image, David and interesting facts.
The colour and textures are wonderful.
Johnny JAG06-Oct-2012 19:21
Nice and gnarly
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