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Cottonwood Tree

Author: frithad

At the foot of this massive tree, which I believe is a cottonwood, is a tiny dot. That white speck is a person we put there to give perspective. A 1906 article in The Christian Advocate says that cottonwood trees sometimes were used to consecrate the settlement of a new town. Google “cottonwood tree Liberia” for more a history of the species.

I think I shot this photo on a road trip to Sinoe County.

by Fritha

Year Taken:
1980
Genre:
snapshot
Region:
Sinoe
Subject:
nature

One Comment

  1. Jubie says:

    Great shot! I remember the giant cottonwood behind ACS, we’d play kickball at the base of that tree.

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