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08 October 2013: Grave marker that simulates an oak tree marks the resting place of a person passed in a small cemetery in Yellowwood State Forest.
Yellowwood State Forest was created on leased federal land in 1940. It was later (1956) deeded to the state of Indiana. More than 2000 vacant and eroded acres were planted with pine, black locust, black walnut, and red and white oak. Yellowwood Lake is 133 acres and about 30 feet deep. This image was produced in part utilizing High Dynamic Range (HDR) processes. It should not be used editorially without being listed as an illustration or with a disclaimer. It may or may not be an accurate representation of the scene as originally photographed and the finished image is the creation of the photographer.
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