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    "Aeonic," sunset, Bristlecone Pine Forest, California, photo by Mac Danzig from '500px is Photography' #stunning #photography #awesome

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    Aeonic in Fantastic Landscape Photography

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    Bristlecone Pine Forest, California. The oldest tree in this forest is estimated to be 5000 years old.

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