Nevada has about 2.6 billion trees. When you travel through the state you might wonder where they are. Only 16% of the state is covered by forests. Most of the 2.6 billion are made up of Juniper-Pinyon Woodland. For the curious, Maine has 24 billion trees, Washington State over 8 billion. The rest of Nevada is made up of grasslands and shrublands
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I like the open space in #2. #3 and #4 have great color composition. Another marvelous set!
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