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    The Forever Tree. Many of these trees live for 5000 years, and even after dying, can remain for 5000 more years, remaining. In other words, it's quite possible that some trees have been standing for as long as 10000 years, long long before Lucille Ball roamed the earth. :D I loved walking around these trees, thinking about what we were doing 5000, 10000 years ago when the tree began growing. And I don't actually know if this tree has a name. I just love the name. And that's alright. :) Thanks.
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    Composition 23
    Lighting 23
    Creativity 8
    Story 12
    Photo Details
    Date Taken: Jul 15, 2014
    Date Uploaded: Jun 27, 2015
    Location: Big Pine, California, United States
    Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D610
    Focal Length: 14 mm
    Shutter Speed: 659/10 sec
    Aperture: f/6.3
    ISO: 640
    Copyright: © Ken Lee
    Categories: Nature, Places, Travel
    Assignments: Follow Me, Strange Terrains, Low Light
    Contests: 2015 Traveler Photo Contest