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I shot this in/around Moab Utah a few years ago on a roadtrip...

Tree ID?

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Sure thing. That is Juniperus osteosperma, the Utah Juniper. It and the Pinyon Pine are about the only trees that can handle those dry rocky conditions.
 
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