- Where'd you get that?
- From the great Antarctic pine forest right over the hill.
- There are no pine forests in Antarctica.
- This one's a blue spruce.
- There are no blue spruce in...
- I chewed this pine tree down with my teeth. Like a beaver. I'm hungry, I haven't eaten in three days.
- Bunu nereden aldın?
- Tepenin tam üzerindeki Antarktik çam ormanından.
- Antarktika'da çam ormanı yoktur.
- Bu bir mavi ladin.
- Burada mavi ladin...
- Bu çam ağacını dişlerimle çiğnedim. Bir kunduz gibi. Çok açım. Üç gündür yemek yemedim.
I have often noticed that after I had bestowed on the characters of my novels some treasured item of my past, it would pine away in the artificial world where I had so abruptly placed it. Vladimir Nabokov
I remember a hundred lovely lakes, and recall the fragrant breath of pine and fir and cedar and poplar trees. The trail has strung upon it, as upon a thread of silk, opalescent dawns and saffron sunsets. Hamlin Garland
In and out amongst these green hills of what they call here the Mittel Land ran the road, losing itself as it swept round the grassy curve, or was shut out by the straggling ends of pine woods, which here and there ran down the hillsides like tongues of flame.
Sometimes, as the road was cut through the pine woods that seemed in the darkness to be closing down upon us, great masses of greyness which here and there bestrewed the trees, produced a peculiarly weird and solemn effect, which carried on the thoughts and grim fancies engendered earlier in the evening, when the falling sunset threw into strange relief the ghost-like clouds which amongst the Carpathians seem to wind ceaselessly through the valleys.
The road passed through a curtain of pine forest and came out on a flat, rolling snow field. In this field the sprawled or bunched bodies of Germans lay thick, like some dark shapeless vegetable. Martha Gellhorn
These mountains appear to be almost entirely composed of stratas of rock of various colours (mostly red) and are partially covered with a dwarfish growth of pine and cedar, which are the only species of timber to be seen.
William Henry Ashley
These mountains appear to be almost entirely composed of stratas of rock of various colours (mostly red) and are partially covered with a dwarfish growth of pine and cedar, which are the only species of timber to be seen. William Henry Ashley