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A 500 year old banyan tree integrated with an old fort gate in Ranthambhore National Park, India

A 500 year old banyan tree integrated with an old fort gate in Ranthambhore National Park, India (by IanTaylorEsq).banyan trees are disappearing from South Florida and it's a shame. They are lovely.

National Geographic sent renowned photographer Michael Nichols to spend a year in California's redwood forest. His mission was to do capture the majesty of Earth's tallest trees. He devised a way to do it, involving three cameras, a team of scient...

Biggest, Tallest Tree Photo Ever

~ The Majestic Redwood ~ Prairie Creek Redwood State Park, California. This amazing 300 foot tall, 1500 year old redwood was shot by Nick Nichols for National Geographic. He used a 3 camera, robotic dolly on a gyroscope to create this 83 photo composite.

I find this really enticing and slightly scary at the same time!

When I want to run away I always picture places like this to live in. Where the wild things are / Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia.

Trees give us some of the most beautiful views, but also one of the most important features of our environment. Please cherish them, respect them, and make sure we never waste them.

Mossy Forest, Brittany, France Travel and Photography from around the world.


Ash Tree - Druids wands were made of ash twigs. It also has healing properties. Weak-limbed children were passed through split ash trees which were then bound up. If the tree grew straight, the child would as well. -- Another cool tree MM.

Sequoia National Park, California

Trees are incredible.- There's no better tree to start off with than General Sherman, the famed Giant Sequoia in the Sequoia National Park, that is 275 feet tall, the largest non-clonal living tree on the face of the earth. Try hugging that!

A massive baobab tree. Baobab's can store thousands of liters of water and can be taped during the dry season for extra water.

Large Boabab Tree - Also known as the "tree of life", Baobab trees, found in Africa and India, can live for several thousand years. They have little wood fiber, but can store large quantities of water.

This would be one reason to go to Japan.

Japanese Maple Tree, Austin, TX - 40 Incredible Photos of Breathtaking Places lov me some pink

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Trunk and Roots of a Tree in Auckland Domain Park, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

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Misty Wood of curved trees, Gran Sasso & Monti della Laga National Park, Abruzzo, Italy by Vincenzo Mazza