Always, subtly changing. I am intrigued by the tennis court pines (on the left), they are still at that nice even stage of young growth as contrasted with the Norway spruces in the center. The two that stand out in the group are actually an old pine (far left) and an old spruce (right) But, I expect within a few years that flat line will state to change, right now at barely 50 years old they are all young trees. The Douglas Spruce that dominates the East Lawn? Barely visible, see center. For scale, the top of the chimney is just shy of 40 feet. It is a little odd to see the trees from a distance, I still think putting it all in a wind tunnel would be fascinating!