My favorite tree

in hive-111293 •  5 months ago 

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This is my answer to the task of the Photo contest (results + new edition) 15+ STEEM || Concurso de fotografía (resultados + nueva edición) 15+ STEEM by Steem-Traveler.

This week's theme is Your favorite national or regional tree.

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Spruce

I read in some scientific publication that the national tree of Russia can be called Larch because it is the main tree of the boundless Siberian taiga. But in our region, larch practically does not grow in the wild forest, but often people plant this tree next to their home.
Birch tree. Yes, many songs are dedicated to this tree, this tree is used a lot in the life of a person in rural areas. Even in heating boilers, birch is mainly used.
But I decided to show a spruce, simple spruce. I grew up in an area where the main tree in the forests was spruce. Now I look out the window from my house and see tall fir trees covered with snow. It looks very impressive. Woodpeckers, squirrels in our forests feed on fir cones. Spruce boards are used everywhere and everywhere. They are lighter than pine boards, and they are not inferior in strength.
Mushrooms. Under small fir trees, people usually look for Saffron milk cap. In salted form, it is considered a delicacy.


In a word, I grew up in a spruce forest, and I think that I will live among fir trees for a long time, walk through spruce forests and enjoy the view of these forests.
And, by the way, friends, the photo is clickable and I think you can see the cones on the trees. As a child, I collected these cones from trees and sold them to the local forestry. And then in this forestry, we went to the forest and planted spruce. Oh, how many of these trees I planted! More precisely, WE children, planted a lot of these trees. That was 40 years ago.


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@apnigrich

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Nice history, I use to plant mangos, avocados, & cedars with my father! :)

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Que hermosas historias a tenía en este lugar tan hermoso amigo, pasa el tiempo y lo que quedan son los recuerdos. Suerte en el concurso. 🤗

Muchas gracias!

A very beautiful tree indeed!

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Wow 40years ago is really a very long time. Am sure the trees you planted 40years ago must have grown by now and looking all healthy . Spruce tree is actually rare in my country Nigeria because I haven’t seen them in all the forest and bushes I have been to. The tree looks so beautiful. Thanks for sharing .

Thanks for the comment. It's hot in Nigeria, you have a different climate, different trees

It's great to revisit those endearing places of our childhood. I completely identify with that. It feels like it was just yesterday, the details are not forgotten. Thank you for sharing.

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Hola @apnigrich a este arbol se le llama tambien el arbol de navidad, es uno de los simbolos mas característicos de las fiestas y el comercio navideño. Es obvio que las costumbres relacionadas con arboles de hoja perenne se difundieron hasta convertirse enparte de la vida en muchoa lugares. Estos árboles siempre han representado o han sido simbolos de vida, supervivencia e inmortalidad en muchas culturas alrededor del mundo. Saludos. Gracias por compartir.
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Шикарные ели!!! и я видела шишки на них!))) Не знала, что можно так увеличивать фотографии!))) Наверное, какая-то программа?
А что в детстве сажали ели, так это же здорово!!! Молодцы!!! А сейчас их только вырубывают, наверное...

Не, сейчас лесорубов так же заобязали готовить делянки, а потом лесники должны высаживать ёлочки.
Там еще суть в том, что через определенное время делается "рубка ухода", т.е. вокруг ёлочек вырубаются всякие быстрорастущие сорные деревья.

Не знала, что можно так увеличивать фотографии!))) Наверное, какая-то программа?

Это не понял. Фото делаем кликабельное здесь и можно увеличивать просмотрщиком. Всё зависит от разрешения фотографии, от матрицы фотокамеры.
А так у меня объектив увеличивает раз в 10 примерно, если приблизить.

Я в этом ничего не смыслю... Но, когда фотографии в папках - там их можно увеличить)))

😂😂😂 и в мамках тоже. 😂😂😂

Юморист!))) Ну, в альбомах)))

Espectacular fotografia de los árboles de Abetos. Me encantó la historia que nos narra. Creo que si viviera en Rusia también viviría con una casa rodeada de Abetos porque son mágnificos y majestuosos. Que privilegio crecer en un bosque y plantar esos hermosos árboles cuando apena era un niño. Nuestros bosques deben ser cuidados ya que la tala indiscriminada ha acabado con muchos árboles. Debemos dar un buen ejemplo a nuestros hijos y dejar un mundo mejor para ellos. Usted señor @apnigrich es un gran ejemplo para sus hijos y nietos. Dios lo bendiga amigo y muchas gracias por compartir en la comunidad de Steem-Travelers.🙏

En la época Soviética, había una tala continua de bosques. Lo vi con mis propios ojos. He visto arroyos y ríos morir por esto. Ahora también hay tal tala sólida. Rusia no cuida sus bosques. Es nuestro problema.

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Dear @apnigrich, 40 years is indeed a long time, it appears you must have planted enough, no wonder you can hardly keep the record. Good job and thanks for sharing the information on the national tree of Russia called Larch, #travellersay.