Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 04/23/2011


Photo taken on May 25, 2010



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Upheaval of land when a tree falls over.

Upheaval of land when a tree falls over.
Gray is my favorite color of dirt, and grey is my favourite colour of dirt, and I like how fallen tree events are opportunities for me to see the dirts of the earth with fresh sets of eyes.

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In Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, on May 25th, 2010, at a picnic area along the Madison River on the West Entrance Road.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
F722 Yellowstone National Park—Pictorial works.
QK644 Trees—Roots—Pictorial works.
QK46 Dead trees—Pictorial works.
F767.T28 Teton County (Wyo.)—Pictorial works.

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