I couldn't decide which image to post, so I threw together this amalgamation. The original is larger, but compression issues to get it to the right file size demanded I decreased the resolution.
The trees here--though it may be hard to tell--are Eastern White Cedar. There are so far 7 or 8, not sure which, variations. No young ones yet. Two of them are I guess what would be considered two jointed trees maybe? I don't know a lot about how they grow, but often you'll see two or more trunks clustered together, sometimes apparently growing out of one another. My guess would be the result of saplings being too near each other, but I don't know.
I did these because they are all over the place around here. I will probably do another separate pack of more variations on them later as well. You often see them very conical like pine, but sometimes you see them shaped more like a deciduous tree. And mosquito love them. Lots of cedar = lots of mosquito(s).
The grass is a combination of Bigbraader's freebies and Flkink's.
Anyways, will be good to mix and match with the conifers I'm sure, heh. Shouldn't me much longer before these are done as well.
Thanks for looking,
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