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Spoon & Tamago
there's a peculiar 'crop circle' in Japan's Miyazaki Prefecture that was formed by sugi trees planted in a circular pattern. Apparently the concave shape was an unexpected result of different tree hights
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Nick Dec 16
Replying to @Johnny_suputama
When were oldest of those trees were planted?
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Tokyotronic Dec 16
Replying to @Johnny_suputama
Best one can expect from Japan's planted sugi monoculture disaster!
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David Douglas Stuart Dec 16
but such a visual *treet*
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Spoon & Tamago Dec 16
Replying to @Johnny_suputama
The trees are due to be harvested in 5 years but officials are considering preserving them. Here's the exact location on google earth:
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Spoon & Tamago Dec 16
Replying to @nicksahler
it's unclear but considering sugi trees are typically harvested after 60 years, I'd say about 55 years ago.
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Pablo Dec 16
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Sergio Soage Dec 16
Jaja yo no soy tan poético eh, creo que tienen una relación rara con la naturaleza (extremo control) y no me extrañaria que lo hayan hecho a “proposito”
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Sergio Soage Dec 16
Lo que no quita que sea precioso obviamente
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Elle Dec 17
Oh oh.. look at her angry mouth😓
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Aventure Japon 🌸 Dec 17
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Spoon & Tamago Feb 17
Replying to @Johnny_suputama
It appears officials in Miyazaki Have decided to preserve those tree crop circles after they gained so much attention
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