Posted by: notsofancynancy | January 8, 2013

Ancient Bristlecone

A Majestic Bristle Cone Pine

A Majestic Bristlecone Pine

The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest is high in the White Mountains in Inyo County in eastern California. The Great Basin Bristlecone Pine (Pinus longaeva) trees grow between 9,800 and 11,000 feet (3000–3400 m) above sea level, in xeric alpine conditions, protected within the Inyo National Forest.[3][4] Foxtail Pine (Pinus balfouriana) also grow in the forest. Courtesy of Wikipedia

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  1. How big is this wonderful creature? Kenny T

    • Sorry I did not get back to you sooner. Still having computer probs. I think I finally got it under control. The tree is probably two stories high. She is big and beautiful! lol

  2. Reminds me a bit of mesquite!

  3. Wooh, I hope you drove up there, that’d be quite the hike. I can see the moon in your blue sky….cool Nancy

  4. Amazing photograph! Love the vivid colors and that you caught the moon in the sky with the tree. Beautiful.

    • Thanks!! They are amazing to see in person!

  5. We loved visiting the Ancient Bristlecones in the White Mtns. You live in such an amazing area Nancy. 🙂


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