Juniper of
Dinosaur National Monument

Junipers are the individualists of the evergreen world. Growing in climates difficult to endure by other trees, junipers thrive either in the damp, damp climate of the English Lake District or the combined hot, cold, and desert climate of northeast Utah.


And whether one decides to photograph or paint them as an abstract texture or . . .


as a pair of forest dwarves, they shine with a personality all their own.


Even a "regular" juniper is quite striking.

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