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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalonord
    One 'exotic' tree that I've seen before that I was quite fond of, is the Serbian Spruce:

    http://images.google.com/images?hl=e...bian+spruce%22
    I like that one too

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    Grin

    A vast pine forest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    I like that one too

    I thought that you would.

    Are you at all familiar with this tree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalonord
    I thought that you would.

    Are you at all familiar with this tree?
    Central Serbia is filled with them,that's all I know(see my avatar ).I guess that's why they call the central region "Silvania" , a stone's throw away from "Transylvania"

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    I love the classic Pecan Tree

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    Birch of course since I lived in New Hampshire for quiet a long time. Only when I was little, I had fun tearing the bark off of them. I only mentioned a tree that i've actually seen visually because I have lived in quite a few states and New England has the best ones.

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    I am especially fond of spruces, particularly blue spruce and Engelmann spruce. Several years ago, I did a painting of Going-to-the-Sun Mountain in Glacier National Park and, exercising my artistic license, I replaced the monotonous forest of Douglas fir and lodgepole pine in the foreground with one of blue, Engelmann, black, and Norway spruce, interspersed with western larch and a few of the original firs and pines. All of these species do grow in the park, though not in that particular spot. Viewers of the painting have commented on the beauty of the forest, not realizing that it doesn't look anything like the one that is actually there.

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    cherry blossoms, oaks, and monkey puzzle trees..they're strange.

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    I like most trees but I have a certain reverence for the Yew. A sacred tree and the essential source of the finest long bow wood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egil Skallagrimsson
    I am especially fond of spruces, particularly blue spruce and Engelmann spruce. Several years ago, I did a painting of Going-to-the-Sun Mountain in Glacier National Park and, exercising my artistic license, I replaced the monotonous forest of Douglas fir and lodgepole pine in the foreground with one of blue, Engelmann, black, and Norway spruce, interspersed with western larch and a few of the original firs and pines. All of these species do grow in the park, though not in that particular spot. Viewers of the painting have commented on the beauty of the forest, not realizing that it doesn't look anything like the one that is actually there.
    I would love to see your painting. (sounds beautiful)

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