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Tree Zip Pouch featuring the photograph Yellowstone Dead Trees by Rob Hemphill

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Yellowstone Dead Trees Zip Pouch

Rob Hemphill

by Rob Hemphill

$24.50

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Bottom Style

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Product Details

Dress it up, dress it down, or use it to stay organized while you're on the go.   Our zip pouches can do it all.   They're crafted with 100% poly-poplin fabric, double-stitched at the seams for extra durability, and include a durable metal zipper for securing your valuables.

Our zip pouches are available in three different sizes and with two different bottom styles: regular and t-bottom.

Design Details

Dying trees in the thermal areas near to the Firehole Lake Drive at Yellowstone National Park. For the past 20 years satellite imagery has shown new... more

Care Instructions

Spot clean or dry clean only.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Comments (43)

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Calvin, thanks so much for the feature in the A Tree or Trees in Black and White group!

Calvin Boyer

Calvin Boyer

In addition to the banner, I am adding this more permanent recognition of its FEATURE on the homepage of A TREE OR TREES IN BLACK AND WHITE. I try mightily to feature only images that would be at home in a juried competition. No doubt that this image fits that bill. CONGRATULATIONS! And consider adding your image to DISCUSSIONS "Please post your featured photograph here" for greater, long-lasting visibility.

Maria Keady

Maria Keady

Very dramatic and eerie capture!! T/P

Benjamin Clardy

Benjamin Clardy

stark

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Jan, thank you for the feature in the Creative Black and White Fine Art Photographs group!

Jan Mulherin

Jan Mulherin

Congratulations!! This stunning Black and White image has been selected to be featured for the week in the "Creative Black and White Fine Art Photographs" Group’s Home Page!! You are welcome to add a preview of this featured image to the group’s discussion post titled “2020 July: Stunning Group Featured Images and Feature Thank-you’s” for a permanent display within the group, to share this achievement with others. You may also share your featured image to our group Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2428820430682266/ Thank you for your group participation! (July 26, 2020)

Lisa Wooten

Lisa Wooten

Lovely

Bob Decker

Bob Decker

Nice

Suzanne Silvir

Suzanne Silvir

Poignant and moving

Monte Arnold

Monte Arnold

very interesting effect - makes me wonder how many changes that area has gone through over the years.

Misty Tea

Misty Tea

Nice capture it looks so cold and barren

Jim Love

Jim Love

revisit...

Norma Brandsberg

Norma Brandsberg

Lovely!

Lucia Stewart

Lucia Stewart

Thank you for informative write up on Yellowstone National Park, this image is both beautiful and sad.

Joan Stratton

Joan Stratton

Lovely capture :)

Lisa Wooten

Lisa Wooten

Wonderful

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Cathy, thanks for the feature in the Monthly Theme and Artist Promotion Group!

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Carole, thanks so much for the feature in the World Landscape Lovers of Art group!

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Bob, thank you for the feature in the New FAA Uploads group!

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Bob, thank you for the feature in the Your Very Best Photography group!

Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Nader, thank you for the feature in the Black And White Photography group!

Denise Harty

Denise Harty

Beautiful in B&W! L/F

Anna Serebryanik

Anna Serebryanik

Wonderful panorama!

David Beard

David Beard

Nice capture!

College Mascot Designs

College Mascot Designs

nicely done

Artist's Description

Dying trees in the thermal areas near to the Firehole Lake Drive at Yellowstone National Park. For the past 20 years satellite imagery has shown new hot spots appearing within the Park are on the increase and some of them very large, hot and corrosive.

These trees have little chance in surviving for more than a few years under these conditions. Many of the dead trees are due to variations in the level of the hot pools, the tree roots have been cooked. Also, some pools will produce gasses that kill trees. Many of the trees are white bark pines.

Global warming has contributed to the spread of the mountain pine beetle, which is feasting on and killing the pine trees. This makes life challenging for much of nature and it's a wonder that there is so much life within this hostile area.

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Featured in the following FAA Groups:

"A Tree or Trees in Black and White" 09/30/2020
"Creative Black and White...

About Rob Hemphill

Rob Hemphill

Having enjoyed photography for over 30 years, I got my first serious DSLR in 2009. I now capture images with a Nikon D850. Landscape, nature and travel photography excite me the most, but there's still room for macro photography. My favorite subject is waterfalls, especially in the fall. Capturing great photographs takes a lot of commitment, plenty of resources, a keen eye and most important a love of photography. My photographs are appropriate for home and business use, and suitable for advertising too. If you see something that you like, please Vote for, Favorite, leave a comment, or even Buy an image! To those of you who find something to purchase I would like to show my sincere gratitude and appreciation. Thank you so much! Also,...

 

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