Conifers

“Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.”

John Muir

 

8 x 6 inches Foothills Pine cone, California

8 x 6 inches Foothills Pine cone, central California

 

Knobcone Pine, Bell Rock, Arizona Foothills Pine, Yosemite National Park, CA Balsam Fir, Kingston, Ontario Longleaf Pine, Bodie Island Lighthouse, NC Ponderosa Pine Male flower, Sidney, BC
Jefferey Pine branch, Yosemite National Park, CA Balsam Fir, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Blue Spruce, Edmonton Alberta Ponderosa Pine, Yosemite National Park, CA Longleaf Pine, Raleigh, North Carolina
Pinyon, Grand Canyon, Arizona Cypress knees, Irving, Texas Cypress knees, Irving, Texas White tailed deer eating Sequoia leaves, California Jack Pine, Mariposa Pt, California
Chinese Juniper, North Carolina Mexican Pine, Sierra Madres Mountains, Mexico Cedar, Coppell, Texas Monterey Cypress, San Francisco, CA Cedar, Portland, Oregon
Giant Redwood, John Muir Redwood Forest, CA White Pine, Kingston, Ontario Zig-zag growth, Hwy 5, Washington Foothills Pine, Yosemite National Park, CA Utah Juniper berries, Bell Rock, Arizona
Shedding, October in Taos, New Mexico Spruce and Fir cones, Ottawa, Ontario Spruce and Fir cones, Ottawa, Ontario Longleaf Pine needles, Elizabeth Gardens, Manteo, North Carolina Juniper topiary, Lewisville, Texas
Incense Cedar, Giant Redwood and Sequoia National Forest, CA Juniper flowers, Grand Canyon, AZ Mexican Pine male flower, Sierra Madres Mountains, Mexico Mexican Pine branches, Sierra Madres Mountains, Mexico Juniper Mistletoe parasite, Grand Cayon, AZ
Pinyon bark, Grand Canyon, Arizona Foothills Pine, formerly called Digger Pine, CA Monkey Puzzle, San Francisco, CA Pinyon, Grand Canyon , Arizona Pinyon, Coppell, Texas

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