Description: Bear Rocks has stunted red spruce which are trying to make a tortured comeback here and there in the wind and cold heath barrens (also called “huckleberry plains” or “roaring plains”) which give way to natural balds of mountain oat grass that predate the devastation wrought by logging and fires during the late 19th century.
Hidden States: 2015 the artists began subtly hiding the shape of the state in which the image was captured. State for this photo: West Virginia.
Quality Standards: Morehead Photography's giclée scenic prints are individually crafted, printed, inspected, and signed by both photographers on the finest quality Lustre paper with long-lasting inks spectrophotometer certified to match G7 color standards. The watermark will not appear on the print.
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