Michigan White Cedars on the banks of the Au Ausable River

July 8, 2009

Au Sable HDR *

Au Sable HDR *, photo by brionline.

Over on Absolute Michigan we have a great video feature by Scott Allman about the planting of Michigan white cedar trees along the banks of the Au Sable river by the group Cedars for the Au Sable. One of the group members explains that although cedar trees can live hundreds of years, they are so vulnerable in the first 15 to deer browsing that they can’t be re-established without human help.

Check out the video!

Brian says that you better view this HDR image bigger and that he took it while standing in the river.

3 Responses to “Michigan White Cedars on the banks of the Au Ausable River”

  1. F. Josephine Arrowood Says:

    I get to experience this beautiful scene mid-river, but without the leeches!

  2. Moon Over Martinborough Says:

    Gorgeous photo. Make me remember my home state fondly!


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