Sugar Pine Walk Australia Crown shyness
$43.64 – $939.91
Sugar Pines are boasting as one of the largest trees in Australia, however they are not native to this continent. They were planted in 1928 in Laurel Hill in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains. They needed 60 years to reach their height, unfortunately they were affected by the bushfire thriving Australia and in 2020 it had been decided them to be cut down. Now they are going to replanted but we need another 60 years for them to regrow.
this picture additionally is interesting because of the feature of these trees called a crown shyness or canopy disengagement. Some of the tree species crowns do not touch each other creating astonishing patterns in the sky.