Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Beginnings of the Conservation Movement?

Entwined Trees along the Appalachian Trail, Spruce/Fir Forest, Roan Highlands, 
Boarder of Tennessee and North Carolina  © Doug Hickok


The First Tree Huggers



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23 comments:

  1. Wow, really interesting! Tree love :)
    Excellent image Doug!

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  2. Well spotted, sir! It makes a wonderful counterpoint to yesterdays stunning overview.

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  3. Ohhhh. How WONderful, Doug. We always knew trees were/are alive!!!

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  4. This made me smile, it does look like they are hugging. :0)

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  5. excellent detail and colors
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  6. Great detail and nice find! Mother nature is an artist, you too!
    Have a nice day.

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  7. two trees in love ... how sweet!!! only good things can come from this, i'm sure.
    thanks for your lovely comment today, doug, and thanks for humoring me with more images of appalachia ... ;-))

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  8. Can anybody tell me whether that's a "spir" or a "firuce"?
    Or the demarcation line between TN and NC?

    Hey, I found my childhood catapult in your picture! :o)
    I think you guys call it "slingshot" across the Atlantic.

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  9. Awesome texture, a beautiful "couple"there and a very romantic idea, a big hug for the nature!
    Léia

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  10. The threes are hugging.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  11. looks like two lovers
    great find

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  12. ringraziamo madre natura che ci regala queste meravigliose immagini!

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  13. I feel like we should give them a moment. Great shot and caption Doug.

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  14. Nice to see such friendly trees, thanks for me an emotion that I never thought they had.

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