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Rotted Cedar



Description:

Although Western Red-cedar (thuja plicata) is well-known for its rot resistance, it must eventually return to the earth, like all living things.

These magnificent giants often live for over 1,000 years in moist areas below 4,000 feet in the Pacific Northwest.

But when they finally succumb, rotting cedar delights us with a rainbow of colors not seen in other decaying wood.

Category: Botanical,Deadwood,Macro,Texture
Updated: 2004-11-08 23:25:17

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