White (American) Elm
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.
A garden landscape in Cornwall, Ontario dominated by a beautiful butternut tree. These trees are now listed as an endangered species in Ontario.
Maple is the most common tree found in this forest but there are many Green Ash and Bitternut Hickory as well.
The extensive root system is difficult photograph.
Hard Maple with a Red Oak in the Background
Black Spruce, Algonquin Park
A distinctly drab and uninspiring tree. Not all trees can be magnificent works of nature.
What catastrophe befell this tree to result in such a mutilated form?
Crysler's Farm Battlefield Park, NHS
Most of the battlefield now lies beneath the St. Lawrence River
Ski Trail in Summerstown Forest
These trees have some amazingly bizarre root patterns.
Hard Maple, Algonquin Colours
Giant Cedars, Cougar Mt., Whistler BC
Amabilis Fir, aka Pacific Silver Fir, Valley Trail, Whistler, BC
Whatever the name the root system is massive as is the tree itself.
Yellow Birch, Adirondack Park
White Pine, Red Pine to the left