Ancient Bristlecone Pine trees, such as the one shown in this photo, are the longest-living (non-clonal) organisms on the planet. There is a tree in this forest that germinated in 3051 BC. They thrive in high alpine environments, and grow incredibly slowly. There's something magical about walking through a forest of trees that have been growing for literally thousands of years. I took this photo at night, and lit the tree using bounced light from a headlamp.
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