POTD: Slow Demise

POTD: Slow DemiseSlow Demise Bozeman, Montana 2013

I think I mentioned before on this blog how long the decay process takes in Montana’s arid climate. Living on the same piece of land for over 30 years is a good way to become aware of that fact. (This dead tree is on the upper part of our property.) It takes so long for downed trees to change noticeably around here that it makes me wonder why the house we live in takes so much upkeep on a continual basis.]]>

1 thought on “POTD: Slow Demise”

  1. About the house…probably because it’s not made out of ponderosa pine logs & bark! 🙂
    I’m visiting family in Illinois. Yesterday one city got over 4 inches of rain in 24 hours, breaking a record set back in the 1990s. That is almost as much rain as MT gets annually, which is also why things take long to break down in the natural landscape. Makes for great pictures, though!

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