Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California possesses the southernmost dormant volcano in the Cascade Mountain Range and is extremely interesting to visit. With all the odd or fascinating facets to enjoy, such as boiling mud pots and smelly steam vents, the most intriguing to me were these full-sized trees being held upright by their roots. I don't know how much more the soil would have to erode for one of them to topple, but for now they seem to be thriving.
I'm sure there are lessons to be gleaned from the sight, like deep roots make the best foundations or that roots keep you grounded, but they seem to pale in comparison to nature's prime examples.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.