We passed successively from one swamp of black pine to another, over ridges covered with white pine, all precisely alike.
The land sinks to meadows, black pine forests, with here and there a blue and wistful mountain.
Here his grave had been already dug, and a black pine coffin lay beside it.
They're gaunt with famine and driving, and it beats me to think how many more's been left dead crossing the black pine country.
A man lies stretched on his blanket in a copse in the depths of a black pine forest of the Saginaw Valley.
There are two varieties, the black pine, and the white pine; of these the first mentioned is the most esteemed.
Here his grave was already dug, and a black pine coffin lay beside it.
And on every side of the castle they could hear the miles and miles of black pine wood seething like a black sea around a rock.
black pine trees stood in a long, long row, like the ghosts of tall soldiers.
He was a thrushlike little fellow, very shy and difficult to see as he sat poised on the tip of a black pine in the deep forest.