Alaska has the lowest population density in the United States with 1.264 people for every square mile. But the tree population is another story and this island is a good example of crowding. And in spite of living shoulder to shoulder with other trees, the crime rate is very low: the trees seem to get along well with each other. We should take a lesson from Mother Nature . . .
(Note: South Dakota has the 5th lowest population density with just over 10.6 people per square mile. Highest in the United States? New Jersey with 1,205. Washington, DC has a density of 10,357 people per square mile.)
Canon 5DIII 1/160s f/4.0 ISO250 58mm
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