Japanese Pine Trees turn red after Sandy


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The pine trees that I have loved to photograph in Belmar, many of them turned the color red like autumn leaves due to the salt in the ocean from the flooding of sandy.
Symptoms of salt toxicity include yellowing of the needle points that later turn reddish-brown or reddish-purple. Where soil salt levels are uniform, the entire tree is affected. Older, well established trees are affected in the same way as the younger ones.

the print size is 12 x 16 inches,

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