Forest Stumps
As Former Trees

Stumps (both those on the ground and stumps of removed branches) are sometimes able to regenerate into new trees. Often, a deciduous tree that has been cut will re-sprout in multiple places around the edge of the stump or from the roots. Depending on whether the tree is being removed permanently or whether the forest is expected to recover, this can be either desirable or undesirable. [from wikipedia]
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Stump By Grass
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Minto-Brown Island Park external link
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(Date Photographed: 12:00:02 Monday 21 August 2017)
(Date Published: Monday 2 October 2017)
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A perfectly shaped stump had been cut of at the edge of a grass area between the path and a field of yellow flowers.


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Stump On Hill
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(Date Photographed: 12:05:45 Thursday 19 September 2013)
(Date Published: Monday 2 October 2017)
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A tree had been cut off part way down a graded hill that formed the edge of Lake Shasta. The lake was exceptionally low during a drought year.


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Garden Stump
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San Francisco, California
(Date Published: Saturday 26 September 2009)
(Date Photographed: 15:42:20 Tuesday 21 July 2009)
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A stump in a garden with rocks


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Wounded Old Stump
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Port Costa internal link, California
(Date Photographed: 13:32:08 Sunday 6 July 2008)
(Date Published: Saturday 26 September 2009)
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A scarred or wounded old stump.


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Paul Bunyan dropped his toothpick
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(2007) Capps Crossing Campground, California
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Paul Bunyan dropped his toothpick


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Noble stump hangs out on the trail
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(2006) Coastal Trail, San Francisco, California
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Noble stump hangs out on the trail


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