Dead can be beautiful
Long-time readers know that I have a Bachelor of Science in Forest Management from Texas A&M University. My minors (if Texas A&M recognized minors) would have been civil engineering and organic chemistry.
My intent when I enrolled at Texas A&M was to go into structural engineering, i.e., gaining as much from the forest as we could to build our homes and businesses. Research and development with a forestry company like Weyerhauser, Texas Pacific, Louisiana Pacific, or Georgia Pacific. Even though I have never used my degree, I still have a great appreciation for trees, even dead ones.
I found that beauty in the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge where I have been hanging out on a regular basis.
For more about the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge see these posts:
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Posted on December 27, 2012, in Flora, Mother & Father Nature, Photos, Picture of the Moment and tagged dead tree pictures, san diego national wildlife refuge pictures. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.