Five roots pointing to Bryce National Park


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I made a sale with this one. Thanks, who ever bought it. Dedicated to GAIA, Our Mother of Earth, who can create natural scienery very gentle look but the same time extremely beautiful. Inspiration is coming from GAIA also.

Feature in group Natures Symphony of Trees and Flowers

November 30, 2010.
The lowest areas of the Bryce Canyon are dominated by dwarf forests of pinyon pine and juniper with manzanita, serviceberry, and antelope bitterbrush in between. Aspen, Cottonwood, Water Birch, and Willow grow along streams.
Ponderosa Pine forests cover the mid-elevations with Blue Spruce and Douglas-fir in water-rich areas and manzanita and bitterbrush as underbrush.
Douglas-fir and White Fir, along with Aspen and Engelmann Spruce, make up the forests on the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The harshest areas have Limber Pine and ancient Great Basin Bristlecone Pine—some more than 1,600 years old—holding on. The forests and meadows of Bryce Canyon provide the habitat to support diverse animal life, from birds and small mammals to foxes and occasional bobcats, mountain lions, and black bears

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