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The way they fell

The parcel of land here, all 456 acres of it, has been untouched since, well, forever. Sure, you'll notice a few spots where a foundation once stood, but the trees are huge and those slabs of rock quite tiny, and what we have here is that rarest of things -- a swath of original California.

So as well as the oaks and sycamores that are hundreds of years old, there are trees that didn't make it that far. Here are a few of them and the ways they fall, in the forest where we still hear them.



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