Wind blown trees at St. Mary’s Glacier, CO [3024 x 4032] [OC]

Wind blown trees at St. Mary’s Glacier, CO [3024 x 4032] [OC]

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  1. Probably a mix of snow and wind. The hook at the bottom of the trunks is characteristic of trees that grow in slopes with a lot of snowfall. When the tree is young and flexible, the snow pushes it down. After it is stronger, it can grow straight, but snow will still rip and bend small branches.

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