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Photographer Erik Gehring captured this otherworldly image just after sunrise on top of Mount Zealand in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Gehring calls the piece Frozen Krummholz - krummholz is a German term for the wind-blasted, disfigured trees you find at or above the tree line. An apt subtitle might be: The Toughest Tree in the World. Visit his website here.



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