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Stock photo ID:139704033
Upload date:February 23, 2012

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Trees fell in the storms preceding this photo, but these three Alders continue to stand upright even though they stand on a small piece of ground that splits the waters of Wildcat Creek into two channels and must be submerged at the base with heavy storms. The bright orange exposed bark of the one Alder is a mystery to me. The water did not rise high enough to do this damage, but if this is from animals scratching the bark - why just the one and not all three?
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