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Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees Photos
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens are deciduous. Their leaves are rounded and shine bright green until turning with brilliant hues of yellow orange and red in the fall.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-012 request pricing Google Earth

Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees Images
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens are deciduous. Their leaves are rounded and shine bright green until turning with brilliant hues of yellow orange and red in the fall.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-014 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens grow in colonies or groups that share the same root structure. They spread by means of root suckers that extend out from the colony and then form new sprouts.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-015 request pricing Google Earth

Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees Pictures
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens are deciduous. Their leaves are rounded and shine bright green until turning with brilliant hues of yellow orange and red in the fall.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-016 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens are a member of the Willow family.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-017 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens are deciduous. Their leaves are rounded and shine bright green until turning with brilliant hues of yellow orange and red in the fall.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-018 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Mature Aspens stand forty to seventy feet in height with a smooth light colored to white trunk up to about two feet in diameter.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-019 request pricing Google Earth

Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees Stock Photography
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Mature Aspens stand forty to seventy feet in height with a smooth light colored to white trunk up to about two feet in diameter.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-020 request pricing Google Earth

Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees Photos
Eastern High Sierra Fall Color - Quaking Aspen Trees
Aspens are deciduous. Their leaves are rounded and shine bright green until turning with brilliant hues of yellow orange and red in the fall.
species: Populus tremuloides
photo-id: SBC-021 request pricing Google Earth

Oak Trees - Lone Oak Tree in Owens Valley Images
Oak Trees - Lone Oak Tree in Owens Valley
photo-id: SBC-023 request pricing

Stock photography of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Young girl is dwarfed by the majestic trees.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-003 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Pictures
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-004 request pricing

Stock photos of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Young girl is dwarfed by the majestic trees.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-006 request pricing

Pictures of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-007 request pricing

Stock images of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-008 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Stock Photography
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-009 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Photos
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
A veteran of numerous fires the Grizzly Giant displays a large burn scar at its base. Fire plays a critical role in a Sequoia grove. It clears underbrush and provides the ideal conditions for seedlings to establish themselves.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-010 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Images
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Known as the Grizzly Giant this Sequoia is the largest in the Mariposa Grove estimated to be over 1800 years old and has a circumference of 92 feet at its base.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-011 request pricing

Stock photography of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Known as the Grizzly Giant this Sequoia is the largest in the Mariposa Grove estimated to be over 1800 years old and has a circumference of 92 feet at its base.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-012 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Pictures
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-013 request pricing

Stock photos of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
A toppled tree reveals its shallow interlocking root structure.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-015 request pricing

Pictures of Central Coast Oak Trees on Rolling Hills
Central Coast Oak Trees on Rolling Hills
photo-id: CBS-107 request pricing

Stock images of Oak Trees on Green Slope
Oak Trees on Green Slope
photo-id: SBK-033 request pricing

Oak Trees on Green Slope Stock Photography
Oak Trees on Green Slope
photo-id: SBK-034 request pricing

Oceanside - Beach & Palm Trees Photos
Oceanside - Beach & Palm Trees
photo-id: OCS-003 request pricing Google Earth

Oceanside - Beach & Palm Trees Images
Oceanside - Beach & Palm Trees
photo-id: OCS-004 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Mission Bay Park - Sunset & Palm Trees
Mission Bay Park - Sunset & Palm Trees
photo-id: SMB-033 request pricing

Mission Bay Park - Sunset & Palm Trees Pictures
Mission Bay Park - Sunset & Palm Trees
photo-id: SMB-034 request pricing

Stock photos of Pinyon Pine
Pinyon Pine
Found in high desert areas of southern california. Occurs in the transitional zone between the true desert and higher mountain elevations.
species: Pinus monophylla
photo-id: DBO-068 request pricing

Pictures of Pinyon Pine
Pinyon Pine
Found in high desert areas of southern california. Occurs in the transitional zone between the true desert and higher mountain elevations.
species: Pinus monophylla
photo-id: DBO-069 request pricing

Stock images of Coast Redwoods
Coast Redwoods
Trail among the Redwoods of Muir Woods.
species: Sequoia sempervirens
photo-id: CBS-066 request pricing Google Earth

Coast Redwoods Stock Photography
Coast Redwoods
Redwoods often grow in groups around the location of a parent tree that is killed by fire or disease.
species: Sequoia sempervirens
photo-id: CBS-067 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Aspen Trees | Big Sur Coast | Black Bear | Blacks Beach | Bristlecone Pine | California Coast | Central Coast |
| Coast Redwood | Desert Bighorn Sheep | Desert Wildflowers | Giant Sequoia Trees | High Sierra | Joshua Tree | Kings Canyon National Park |
| La Jolla | Mission Beach | Mule Deer | Oceanside | Owens Valley | Pacific Beach | Salton Sea | San Diego Del Mar |
| Sequoia | Sequoia National Park | Southern Pacific Rattlesnake | Sunsets Late Light | Torrey Pines | Yosemite |

species represented
Pinus monophylla, Populus tremuloides, Sequoia sempervirens, Sequoiadendron giganteum

keywords
Autumn, Backcountry, Bays, Central Coast, Cloud, Clouds, Coastal, Color, Colors, Fall, Fern, Ferns, Forest, Forests,
Grove, Groves, Inland, Landmarks, Late Light, Monterey, Monument, Mountains, Muir Woods, National Monument, National Park,
Oaks, Palms, Puffy, Redwood, Redwoods, Sierra Nevada, Sierras, State Park, Sunsets, Tree, White, Winter, Wispy, Woodland,
Woodlands, Woods

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