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Robert Ouellette has exhibited with some of the world's leading creators. Hidden deep in the Seymour Valley for more than a millennia—near the city of Vancouver, British Columbia—this Douglas Fir (pseudotsuga menziesii) is one of about five of the last remaining firs of its size left in the world. The tree survived centuries of logging in the area because of its location high on a mountainside. So-called super stumps like the one shown below mark the legacy of giant trees that were cut down but live again by sprouting clonal offspring. When we visited the tree in late 2019, the forest air was thick with late-fall moisture. The fir’s micro-climate fosters an array of organisms from dew-covered mosses to countless varieties of mushrooms. It takes just a little imagination to see the wood-wide-web at work here in real-time. Indigenous peoples used the fir for food, medicines, and for numerous practical applications like insecticides and boat-building.
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Invest in this rare collection. Trees are the world’s oldest living, sentient creations. Their majestic beauty offers us a spiritual connection to the earth. They sustain us physically and emotionally. BARKED founder Robert Ouellette travels the globe photographing the rarest of these ancient treasures. The bark of every tree tells the story of its life. Collectively, the images document the fragile legacy of nature in an age of massive change.
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Robert Ouellette has exhibited with some of the world's leading creators. Hidden deep in the Seymour Valley for more than a millennia—near the city of Vancouver, British Columbia—this Douglas Fir (pseudotsuga menziesii) is one of about five of the last remaining firs of its size left in the world. The tree survived centuries of logging in the area because of its location high on a mountainside. So-called super stumps like the one shown below mark the legacy of giant trees that were cut down but live again by sprouting clonal offspring. When we visited the tree in late 2019, the forest air was thick with late-fall moisture. The fir’s micro-climate fosters an array of organisms from dew-covered mosses to countless varieties of mushrooms. It takes just a little imagination to see the wood-wide-web at work here in real-time. Indigenous peoples used the fir for food, medicines, and for numerous practical applications like insecticides and boat-building.
barked-rewilding through the spirit and rarity of ancient trees, collection one collection image
Invest in this rare collection. Trees are the world’s oldest living, sentient creations. Their majestic beauty offers us a spiritual connection to the earth. They sustain us physically and emotionally. BARKED founder Robert Ouellette travels the globe photographing the rarest of these ancient treasures. The bark of every tree tells the story of its life. Collectively, the images document the fragile legacy of nature in an age of massive change.
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