Tree Falling after being cut with a Chainsaw - Stock image

Forest, Sawdust, Snow, Wood - Material, Woodland

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Stock photo ID:182460077
Upload date:September 28, 2013

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This tree was cut with a chainsaw using the Dutchman technique and is moments from hitting the ground. The Dutchman resulted in a small barber chair which is the piece of holding wood still attached to the stump. This was not a clean cut and had the barber chair been larger the cut end of the tree would have remained attached to the stump creating a danger zone and ruining a portion of the log. This end of the tree has already made contact with the ground and this is the bounce back when the top of the tree settled. The cut end of the log is slightly blurred and there is blurred snow around the frame.
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