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This caring stood in bold contrast to the logged area nearby where the firs had all been removed. The fir trees had died. They died not only here but in many high places in Bhutan and I could not say for certain why. Was it because the fogs were absent here for long enough that the firs died from drought? Was it some disease that killed them? Was it an insect no one had found yet? But the fir forest was old, very old, and would have needed to renew itself anyway. Maybe this mass dying was part of the natural cycle of things.
A Painter's Year in the Forests of Bhutan One time in mid-May, I returned to the Dochu La to paint another rhododendron. I had come looking for a recently described species called Rhododendron kesangiae. It is a very large, bushy plant with a huge inflorescence at the tips of the shoots with well over twenty flowers. It took me a whole day to paint this one, and afterwards I went to bed and slept until the next morning. There were so many rhododendrons to paint at this time of year that I felt like a child in a candy store with only two cents to my name.
Flies, flies and more flies TflM laqpkWVty (fiukub bifrte*W4>) hOA Ifrettow -eUanty, fifaufo that are very sweet and succulent. Local people collect them and eat them so enthusiastically that it is hard to find an untouched bush anywhere. In winter the plant is bare of leaves, and the stems have a whitish bloom on them so they can be identified everywhere you go. The plant is very common. But in summer, when the stems grow in girth, the white bloom is much less visible and the other greenery around hides the plant, which tends to scramble over other vegetation.