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Texas 71 near Bastrop

Created and last updated April 17, 2001

Texas 71 near Bastrop traverses through the Lost Pines, a region of pine forest isolated from the nearest east Texas pine forest by about 100 miles. Photos were taken on March 31, 2001.

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(click for medium resolution 67k, high resolution 232k) A typical view in the Lost Pines.

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(click for medium resolution 69k, high resolution 234k) Here, pine trees were retained in the median. This is unusual for Texas, where clear-cutting is the norm.

Park Road 4
(click for medium resolution 67k, high resolution 379k) A view of Texas 71 with bluebonnets.

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(click for medium resolution 67k) Inside the city of Bastrop, Indian paintbrush wildflowers were in bloom.

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(click for medium resolution 68k) This view shows Texas 71 west of Bastrop, no longer in the Lost Pines. This is the normal surrounding landscape: oak trees.

 
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