I am going to have to find a way to resize my photos for lower data requirements of your site. I have done this before, but not often, and it has been awhile since doing so. Thanks, Clayton
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- Sun Mar 24, 2013 12:35 pm
- Forum: Georgia
- Topic: Cedar photo- Stone Mountain, GA
- Replies: 1
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This red cedar tree has such an irregular trunk shape that it is an interesting project to try to score it in some way for its size. Its widest or thickest aspect within the first few feet of its trunk is about 18 inches or so. This tree is growing out of basically granite rock substrate pockets of ...
- Sun Mar 24, 2013 12:14 pm
- Forum: Ontario
- Topic: evidence of very large Eastern White Cedars
- Replies: 4
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That is a large cedar for sure. There is an old one called the fallen giant in the Upper Peninsula, near Copper Harbor that is dead now, but measures in the range of 5 feet in diameter or so...not at breast height, but at its girdle, just above the estimate of the former soil line. It was not a real...
- Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:42 am
- Forum: Post Here First - Introduce Yourself
- Topic: New Member Introduction
- Replies: 1
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Hello Ed, and other fellow NTS members. It is great to have a forum for people who are interested in trees, and native ones in particular. I will be posting some photos and stories about cedar trees of two different types in the future, both white and red cedars. If any of you have experience in "co...