Pictures of the rare Pinus verizonii tree

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My home inspection yesterday was in a condominium complex of duplexes. I got there early and was wandering around looking at the property when I found a rather tall tree. I climbed up the hill to get a better look at it and found that it was the extremely rare Pinus verizonii. In the first picture below, it’s the tree in the middle.

Pinus verizonii

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Pinus verizonii

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

Pinus verizonii

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

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After I came to San Diego in April 1993, I sat out of the work force for 11 months and simply enjoyed the beaches. When I went back to work in March 1994, my intent was to work as a temporary on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, leaving me with a four-day weekend. Alas, plans went awry somewhere, and I wound up working as a consultant to Nextel Communications in Detroit. In late 1994, we installed the very first pine tree cell tower in the United States right there in the Detroit area, so you can blame all of these fake trees on moi!

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12 thoughts on “Pictures of the rare Pinus verizonii tree

  1. Zack

    That is a great idea. Anything to make the world look a little nicer. If you could only find a way to disguise all of my neighbor’s junk cars…

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