Southwestern white pine; strobiformis

Stickroot

Masterpiece
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Some of that kentucky mud :D
Unglazed
Maybe an odd oval ?
Grays ?

The needles are a beautiful blue green

The trees about 21 inches tall
The busted up colander is 10” wide 4 inches deep
Some of that kentucky mud :D
Unglazed
Maybe an odd oval ?
Grays ?

The needles are a beautiful blue green

The trees about 21 inches tall
The busted up colander is 10” wide 4 inches deep
Nice!
You want to go a bit shallower than the colander? Same depth?
Kentuky muds are such great bodies to work with and throw great natural tones in gas reduction. I'll get started soon to make the next gas fire.
 

jriddell88

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Beautiful deadwood and bark on this guy.
Yea the deadwood is very aged , the bark is nice too , reasons for me buying this tree , I also wanted to experiment with this particular species in my climate . There are very few really nice ones that I know of around . They reduce needle size very well .

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