Cape Sebastian State Park, Shore Pine Forest at Sunset

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A mature forest of Shore Pine (Pinus contorta contorta) growing unusually tall and straight in the lee of Cape Sebastian’s southwest side.

Its interesting to note that this species is closely related to its mountainous analog, the Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contra), both sharing the ability to thrive in the well-drained, and nutrient-deficient soils defined by volcanic ash and coastal sand. Cape Sebastian State Park, Oregon South Coast.
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Image Number: 211-84-631

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A mature forest of Shore Pine (Pinus contorta contorta) growing unusually tall and straight in the lee of Cape Sebastian’s southwest side.

Its interesting to note that this species is closely related to its mountainous analog, the Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contra), both sharing the ability to thrive in the well-drained, and nutrient-deficient soils defined by volcanic ash and coastal sand. Cape Sebastian State Park, Oregon South Coast.
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