Red Alders grow in disturbed habitats along the Pacific Coast from central California up to Alaska, often in dense stands with many trees of about the same size. The alder grove in this photograph was in Silverdale, Washington, along a trail where I frequently go jogging. On one of those trips I carried a digital camera and experimented with moving the camera during a long exposure, to lend a more impressionistic feel. The greenish color of the trunks comes from lichens and algae, photographed under a Puget Sound sky blanketed with low winter clouds.

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