Last Reaches — Elan Mudrow Photography

Tentacles like arms reach for a last touch of sky. Forest fires burn differently depending on the environment. Some fires lick the bark off of trees but leave them alive to grow new skin. Others, like this one, scorch, leaving a graveyard full of Goliath skeletons. Three Fingered Jack, Pacific Crest Trail, July 2017. Forest […]

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16 Comments on “Last Reaches — Elan Mudrow Photography

  1. Lovely! When I’m out hiking I am drawn to trees in all stages of their lives, especially the skeletons left standing over a young forest.

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  2. A gorgeous portrayal of the near end of nature’s cycle of beauty.

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  3. Love the angle on this looking up to reach the sky.

    Like

  4. I love the look of distressed or the weathered look of wood. Now if new construction or remodeling contractors would harvest this wood for use in finishing work would get my business.

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