Lone Mountain Beech

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Lone Mountain Beech by Donald Lousley. (N. solandri var cliffortioides) grows in the New Zealand mountains on less fertile soils than  beech species, and can predominate the tree line at high altitudes.

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Lone Mountain Beech digital download
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1For web 1024x768px, 72dpi$NZ45.00Lone Mountain Beech for web 1024x768px, 72dpi 406.64KB
2For print 3571x2679px, 300dpi$NZ95.00Lone Mountain Beech for print 3571x2679px, 300dpi 8.80MB
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Thank you for your interest in the above low res copy of one of my favourite images. High res. versions are offered for purchase and are on average available in two sizes - small and optimised for the web at approx 1024 pixels on the horizontal/long side at 72dpi, and for printing approx. 3600 pixels at 300dpi, with sharpening for matt paper. Where there are exceptions to this the details will be in the Cart item's boxes.
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