Spring, TX

I ran across this picture somewhere online. It didn't say what it was or where. I'd kinda like to know if this forest exists or is this something photoshopped. It's kinda neat if it is real. Give me a guess.

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Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

That is the Gryfino Forest in Poland...really neat effect.

http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/gryfino-forest

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

That is amazing! But what I'd really like to know moon, is how in the world did you know how to find it?

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Sometimes the obvious is the easiest, Tim....I used Google images and entered Forest of J shaped trees in Europe....obvious because if something of that nature was in the US, there would be tons of pictures of it and a McDonalds next door.GRIN

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

LOL!!!! Love that! You're good! :-)))

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Thanks, Tim.

Kenmore, NY(Zone 6a)

Moon is the Queen of Links. ^_^

Northumberland, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

The trees are Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris

Resin

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

Amen to that, smileymom!

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Blush....Thanks y'all.

Interesting to have so many non natives(?) in one place.

Northumberland, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

Quote from themoonhowl :
Interesting to have so many non natives(?) in one place.


Scots Pine is native there, though this is a forestry plantation, not natural forest.

Resin

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Thanks for the info Resin.

Moon

Spring, TX

Once again y'all have come through for me. I thought this was gonna be a tough one. Now how do they do that to so many trees?
Thanks

Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

That OldWrangler is still a mystery....it is a cool puzzle though. You are most welcome.

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