Blogging / Bullshit / Grayscale / Nikkor Lenses / Nikon Z50 The Life and Death of A Joshua Tree 8th February 2023 John11 Comments It’s so sad to see this mangled Joshua Tree. I have to wonder if someone did this on purpose since it is located next to a dirt two-track. Share this:LinkedInRedditTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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Many do not understand our connection to nature. When we destroy it, we destroy ourselves.
I agree, Allie! I hope this tree died of natural causes…
Such a destruction
It’s very sad if it was destroyed by a stupid human, Derrick. These trees can live 1000 years but live 500 years on average according to my research. Some people have zero respect for anything…
So sad, it always sucks seeing nature being destroyed.
Very sad, Pooja! If I saw them doing that I would report them. Grr!
Yeah, of course. People like that need to be reported.
These trees grow here in the Mojave Desert, and nowhere else. Leave them alone, admire but leave alone.
Yes, they should be protected not destroyed.
I hope people didn’t do that ! I hope it was a natural demise of the tree. I think those trees are so unique, we don’t have any up here.
I too hope that it died naturally. They can live 1000 years but live 500 years on average. Impressive! They grow only here in the Mojave Desert, nowhere else on earth.
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