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Lone Gnarled Old Bristlecone Pines At Crater Lake - Oregon is a photograph by Christine Till which was uploaded on March 22nd, 2011.
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Lone Gnarled Old Bristlecone Pines At Crater Lake - Oregon
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© Christine Till - CT-Graphics
Way up in the mountains on a high timberline
There's a twisted old tree called the bristlecone pine
The wind there is bitter; it cuts like a knife
It keeps that tree holding on for dear life
When I'm laid to rest it would suit me just fine
To sleep at the feet of the bristlecone pine
~ Lyrics by Hugh Prestwood
March 22nd, 2011
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Congratulations on your sale!
Congratulations on your sale!! Very nice!!
Congrats on your sale!
Christine,Love your lone tree it is a great shot Just stunning work. Congrats on your sale!!
Great image, congrats on your sale! v
Thank you buyer from Austin, TX for your purchase. I am very grateful and humbled and I thank you for contributing to my obsession - art and photography. - Christine Till
Beautiful! Congratulations, Christine! :)
Thank you buyer from Watertown, MA for your purchase. I am very grateful and humbled and I thank you for contributing to my obsession - art and photography. -Christine Till
Bob and Nancy Kendrick
Christine, Congratulations on your 1st place win in the Monochromatic Black and White 3 contest! Dynamite image! Great light and detail! V/f
stunning B&W. congrats on your first place contest win. v/p
Judith B Adams
I love this photograph...the composition is outstanding...I'm not a big fan of B&W because of their dullnest and flatness...this one has a 3D effect ...Beautiful work Christine
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