Hollow Of The Tree by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

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When hiking, I always revel in finding a hollow in a tree. For one thing, a hollow in a tree signifies old woodland. That tree has been there for a while. Hollows form from tree stress, fungi, or animals or insects burrowing into the heartwood.

A tree hollow acts as a resource or habitat for many vertebrate and invertebrate animals. It's a sign of life and activity. When found in the snow, as this one was, it is also a potential for shelter from the cold.

Hollow Of The Tree

Hollow Of The Tree

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Hollow of a tree in the snow. Found along the trail surrounding Indian Run Reservoir, Wakefield, Rhode Island.

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Photo from our Made From RI Gallery portfolio display "Landscapes". (all photos are available as prints, canvas wraps, framed works, cards, or many other formats). Please feel free to contact us with questions at info@MadeFromRI.com



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