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Snow covered pine tree reaches for the sky. Shot in Sweden on a crisp winter day. (Photo by Anna Rebecka Lindberg/The Guardian)

Snow covered pine tree reaches for the sky. Shot in Sweden on a crisp winter day. (Photo by Anna Rebecka Lindberg/The Guardian)
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20 Apr 2019 00:03:00
Pictures from Tasmania’s central plateau, shot by wilderness photographer Dan Broun, show the extraordinary damage wrought by more than a week of bushfires following lightning strikes in Australia’s southernmost state on January 13. 2016. The world heritage area was home to a range of unique alpine flora including pencil pines, king billy pines and cushion plants, some more than 1,000 years old. (Photo by Dan Broun)

Pictures from Tasmania’s central plateau, shot by wilderness photographer Dan Broun, show the extraordinary damage wrought by more than a week of bushfires following lightning strikes in Australia’s southernmost state on January 13. 2016. The world heritage area was home to a range of unique alpine flora including pencil pines, king billy pines and cushion plants, some more than 1,000 years old. Now more than 10,000ha of land has been incinerated, and ecologist say that, unlike eucalyptus trees, the ancient flora will not recover. (Photo by Dan Broun)
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02 Feb 2016 13:56:00
Fog hangs between pine trees in a forest near Neubrueck, eastern Germany, on November 20, 2012. Meteorologists forecast cloudy sky and temperatures around 5 degrees Celsius for the region. (Photo by Patrick Pleul/AFP Photo)

Fog hangs between pine trees in a forest near Neubrueck, eastern Germany, on November 20, 2012. Meteorologists forecast cloudy sky and temperatures around 5 degrees Celsius for the region. (Photo by Patrick Pleul/AFP Photo)
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25 Nov 2012 09:40:00
A pine marten – one of a few wild mammals doing well in Britain (although they number just 3,700). A fifth of the country’s wild mammals are at high risk of extinction, research shows. (Photo by Maurice Flynn/The Mammal Society)

A pine marten – one of a few wild mammals doing well in Britain (although they number just 3,700). A fifth of the country’s wild mammals are at high risk of extinction, research shows. (Photo by Maurice Flynn/The Mammal Society)
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08 Jul 2018 00:01:00
Pine trees are seen after a forest fire near Sao Pedro do Sul, Portugal August 14, 2016. (Photo by Rafael Marchante/Reuters)

Pine trees are seen after a forest fire near Sao Pedro do Sul, Portugal August 14, 2016. Deadly wildfires raging for two weeks in Portugal have destroyed a wooded area the size of 100,000 soccer fields, and the small Iberian nation alone accounts for half of all forests burned in the European Union this year. (Photo by Rafael Marchante/Reuters)
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17 Aug 2016 11:07:00
In this Thursday, October 3, 2019 photo, a female black bear sleeps with its tongue out high up in a Ponderosa pine tree near Clark Fork School in the Rattlesnake neighborhood of Missoula, Mont. The bear's cub, not pictured, was snoozing on a nearby branch. (Photo by Tommy Martino/The Missoulian via AP Photo)

In this Thursday, October 3, 2019 photo, a female black bear sleeps with its tongue out high up in a Ponderosa pine tree near Clark Fork School in the Rattlesnake neighborhood of Missoula, Mont. The bear's cub, not pictured, was snoozing on a nearby branch. (Photo by Tommy Martino/The Missoulian via AP Photo)
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13 Oct 2019 00:03:00
Wood Sculpture By Randall Rosenthal

A skill like woodworking takes years and thousands of hours to become more than just a proficient at, but this man invested that time to be a certifiable master. His name is Randall Rosenthal and he has talent that can result in mind-bending illusions. The project in the gallery below all started with three pieces of white pine he glued together. What he turned that block of wood into is so cool.
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11 Feb 2014 12:24:00
High winds blow sand across the highway near the original north shore of Owens Lake

High winds blow sand across the highway near the original north shore of Owens Lake, now miles from the nearest pool of water, on May 5, 2007 near Lone Pine, California. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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28 Sep 2011 11:33:00