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Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) trunks with moss and fungi, inland temperate rainforest of Olympic National Park, Washington, USA, Western North America, January.  -  Konstantin Mikhailov
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Konstantin Mikhailov / Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) trunks with moss and fungi, inland temperate rainforest of Olympic National Park, Washington, USA, Western North America, January.
Detail of frost on Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata). Vancouver Island, Canada, March.  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Detail of frost on Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata). Vancouver Island, Canada, March.
Photographer Matthew Maran in the hollow core of a Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata). The West Coast Trail, Pacific Rim national Park, Vancouver Island, Canada, September.  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Photographer Matthew Maran in the hollow core of a Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata). The West Coast Trail, Pacific Rim national Park, Vancouver Island, Canada, September.
Hiker pausing on a forest trail by the trunk of an enormous Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata). Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Vancouver Island, Canada, October.  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Hiker pausing on a forest trail by the trunk of an enormous Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata). Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Vancouver Island, Canada, October.
Temperate rainforest with giant Western Red Cedar trees (Thuja plicata) Olympic National Park, Washington, USA.  -  Tim Laman
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Tim Laman / Temperate rainforest with giant Western Red Cedar trees (Thuja plicata) Olympic National Park, Washington, USA.
Trunk of a Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) and Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunk of a Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) and Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux...
Trunks of massive Western red cedar trees (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving r...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunks of massive Western red cedar trees (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving r...
Lichen growing on the bark of Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Lichen growing on the bark of Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.
Bark detail of Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Bark detail of Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.
Trunks of Western red cedar trees (Thuja plicata) and Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in inland temperate rainforest, Goat Range Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. July 2007  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunks of Western red cedar trees (Thuja plicata) and Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in inland temperate rainforest, Goat Range Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. July 2007
Trunk of Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) in inland temperate rainforest, Goat Range Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. July 2007  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunk of Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) in inland temperate rainforest, Goat Range Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. July 2007
Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} Bare trunks of trees can stand dead for hundreds of years as they have a high resistance to rot. The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island,...  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} Bare trunks of trees can stand dead for hundreds of years as they have a high resistance to rot. The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island,...
Looking up the trunk of a Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} that has had its bark stripped by first Nation Americans for many uses such as mats, rope and clothing, The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, C...  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Looking up the trunk of a Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} that has had its bark stripped by first Nation Americans for many uses such as mats, rope and clothing, The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, C...
Person standing beside the trunk of a Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Person standing beside the trunk of a Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Looking up inside the trunk of a Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} These trees die from the inside out leaving huge hollows big enough for a person to walk in. The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayo...  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Looking up inside the trunk of a Western Red Cedar {Thuja plicata} These trees die from the inside out leaving huge hollows big enough for a person to walk in. The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayo...
Trunk of Western 'Grandma' Red Cedar tree {Thuja plicata} over 800 years old, The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Trunk of Western 'Grandma' Red Cedar tree {Thuja plicata} over 800 years old, The Big Tree Trail, Meares Island, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Roots of a giant Western Red cedar (Thuja plicata), old growth forest, MacMillan Provincial Park, Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada  -  Eric Baccega
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Eric Baccega / Roots of a giant Western Red cedar (Thuja plicata), old growth forest, MacMillan Provincial Park, Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Western red cedar (Thuja plicata) tree in Warn Bay. These trees can stand dead for hundreds of years thanks to their high resistance to rot. Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, Canada  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Western red cedar (Thuja plicata) tree in Warn Bay. These trees can stand dead for hundreds of years thanks to their high resistance to rot. Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, Canada
Mist over temperate rainforest with Western red cedar (Thuja plicata) and Western Hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) trees in Warn Bay. Vancouver Island, Canada  -  Matthew Maran
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Matthew Maran / Mist over temperate rainforest with Western red cedar (Thuja plicata) and Western Hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) trees in Warn Bay. Vancouver Island, Canada
Hedge of {Thuja / Platycladus orientalis} Japan  -  Nature Production
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Nature Production / Hedge of {Thuja / Platycladus orientalis} Japan
Cypress Trees (Thuja genus) draped in Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides) in swamp, Louisiana, USA  -  George McCarthy
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George McCarthy / Cypress Trees (Thuja genus) draped in Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides) in swamp, Louisiana, USA
Close up of bark of Western red cedar {Thuja plicata} Belgium  -  Philippe Clement
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Philippe Clement / Close up of bark of Western red cedar {Thuja plicata} Belgium