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Huangshan pines on Mt. Huangshan, Anhui, China. Their seeds fall into rock crevices where they take root. The pines grow very slowly due to the poor soil and climatic conditions. A tree less than 3m (9.84ft) high may have grown for over one hundred years or even several hundred years.

Huangshan pines on Mt. Huangshan, Anhui, China. Their seeds fall into rock crevices where they take root. The pines grow very slowly due to the poor soil and climatic conditions. A tree less than 3m (9.84ft) high may have grown for over one hundred years or even several hundred years.

Royal Fashionist Food and Travel by the brazilian blogger Marcos Silva. Tips for hotels, restaurants and things to do on hot spots around in the world. http://www.royalfashionist.com

Royal Fashionist Food and Travel by the brazilian blogger Marcos Silva. Tips for hotels, restaurants and things to do on hot spots around in the world. http://www.royalfashionist.com

Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California with the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the background

Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California with the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the background

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