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mypubliclands:

Sun setting over the Sheep Fire in Utah’s West Desert.
Photo by Chad Douglas, BLM Utah

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cardboardamerica:

Space Needle - Seattle, Washington

"What the history of Boyle Heights reminds us, above all, is that just because a highway ended up in part of a city doesn’t mean that part of the city wants it there."
mypubliclands:

Known for its big trees, Oregon boasts one giant that stands high above the others: the Doerner Fir. Managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon’s Coast Range, the mighty Doerner Fir is the world’s tallest Douglas fir – a towering 327 feet tall, 11.5 feet in diameter, and over 450 years old. 
Winding roads take travelers through some of the most valuable forests in the nation to the Doerner Fir Trail, 50 miles from Coos Bay in Oregon’s Coast Range mountains. Check out a short film about the Doerner Fir on BLM Oregon/Washington’s YouTube channel. 
mypubliclands:

Known for its big trees, Oregon boasts one giant that stands high above the others: the Doerner Fir. Managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon’s Coast Range, the mighty Doerner Fir is the world’s tallest Douglas fir – a towering 327 feet tall, 11.5 feet in diameter, and over 450 years old. 
Winding roads take travelers through some of the most valuable forests in the nation to the Doerner Fir Trail, 50 miles from Coos Bay in Oregon’s Coast Range mountains. Check out a short film about the Doerner Fir on BLM Oregon/Washington’s YouTube channel. 
mypubliclands:

Known for its big trees, Oregon boasts one giant that stands high above the others: the Doerner Fir. Managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon’s Coast Range, the mighty Doerner Fir is the world’s tallest Douglas fir – a towering 327 feet tall, 11.5 feet in diameter, and over 450 years old. 
Winding roads take travelers through some of the most valuable forests in the nation to the Doerner Fir Trail, 50 miles from Coos Bay in Oregon’s Coast Range mountains. Check out a short film about the Doerner Fir on BLM Oregon/Washington’s YouTube channel. 

mypubliclands:

Known for its big trees, Oregon boasts one giant that stands high above the others: the Doerner Fir. Managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon’s Coast Range, the mighty Doerner Fir is the world’s tallest Douglas fir – a towering 327 feet tall, 11.5 feet in diameter, and over 450 years old. 

Winding roads take travelers through some of the most valuable forests in the nation to the Doerner Fir Trail, 50 miles from Coos Bay in Oregon’s Coast Range mountains. Check out a short film about the Doerner Fir on BLM Oregon/Washington’s YouTube channel

design-is-fine:

Tex Avery & Chuck Jones, cartoon character Bugs Bunny 1939-40. Source. Evolution of Bugs. Warner Bros. USA. wiki
design-is-fine:

Tex Avery & Chuck Jones, cartoon character Bugs Bunny 1939-40. Source. Evolution of Bugs. Warner Bros. USA. wiki

design-is-fine:

Tex Avery & Chuck Jones, cartoon character Bugs Bunny 1939-40. Source. Evolution of Bugs. Warner Bros. USA. wiki