New Growth

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Salt Lake City, UT - United States

Nice shot!!

Kersey, CO - United States

Nice, new against the old.

Sequim, WA - United States

Wonderful image! Great composition! L

Houston, TX - United States

Stunning capture showing the old and the new Steven!

Pickering, ON - Canada

Nicely framed against the old growth to make the point

New Brunswick, NJ - United States

Excellent capture

Quincy, IL - United States

I used to hear a song called "Wood hath hope" You cut it down and it grows green again.. Lovely capture!

Ellijay, GA - United States

wonderful closeup of the tree

Minneapolis, MN - United States

interesting piece

Los Angeles, CA - United States

Wonderful work!

Kelseyville, CA - United States

Great find

Goshen, IN - United States

And the circle of life continues...wonderful work!

Lima, OH - United States

Nice work!

Hamilton, ON - Canada

This is really a wonderful image

Lethbridge, AB - Canada

Wonderful work!

Linden, PA - United States

Neat

Mississauga, On - Canada

Great textures

Sequim, WA - United States

Great eye! Beautiful work.

Summerfield, FL - United States

Wonderful capture

Leicester, le - United Kingdom

Great capture

Summerfield, NC - United States

neat

Portsmouth, NH - United States

Nice work!

Southampton, Ha - United Kingdom

Great

Ellijay, GA - United States

great shot

Jeddah - Saudi Arabia

Excellent find and shot Steven. Looks like an abstract painting for me at first glance especially the thumbnail image.

Kaukauna, WI - United States

Very nice capture! It represents a new beginning! v&f

Pass Christian, MS - United States

Great work! V

Iola, WI - United States

A spontaneous beauty, Steven! I have never seen such a large tree trunk with a sprouting coming out this low on the tree, as it is quite unique to me. I am familiar with "suckers" which should be clipped off to promote further growth, but one this large is quite unique to me. Thanks for sharing! fave and vote

Steven Ralser replied:

I think it might be a new tree growing. However, eucalyptus can often sprout like this after fires. The series on the evolution of Australia on Nova mentions this in the last episode.

Boise, ID - United States

voted excellent

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