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RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Struggling with Nadir Shot

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  • Mark D. Fink
    ... Simply amazing! I liked the reference to the Lord of the Rings. I can just imagine a hobbit climbing up inside one of those. Reminiscent of Mirkwood...
    Message 1 of 21 , Aug 6, 2008
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      > Mark, these fig trees aren't any thing like you are used to in the
      > U.S.! They are way cool and HUGE. They start out as an epiphyte
      > growing on the tree, which drops vines that grow way down to the
      > ground. Near the ground, they encircle the tree and take root. Then
      > the vines meld together and eventually totally envelop the tree. It
      > grows limbs and leaves and becomes a tree itself, killing the host
      > tree inside. It is wild to see these huge vine-tree things, which
      > you usually can see through the gaps to the hollow interior.
      >
      > There is a pretty amazing one in the area where drew is: <http://
      > www.costaricatravelscout.com/the-strangler-fig-tree.html>. The cloud
      > forest is so cool and spooky looking. I am jealous of his adventure!
      >
      > John
      >
      Simply amazing! I liked the reference to the Lord of the Rings. I can just
      imagine a hobbit climbing up inside one of those. Reminiscent of Mirkwood...

      Mark
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