16 Majestic trees from all around the world

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April 25, 2017Photo Gallery
16 Majestic trees from all around the world

“I think I will never see a poem as lovely as a tree” – Joyce Kilmer 1914. With dignity, they grace the earth with beauty and strength.

In these 16 photos of majestic trees, one can’t help but imagine what it would be like to sit or walk under their boughs. Here we could dream, admire their flowers, and breathe the sweet air. Trees exist as our primordial homes by the shelter and bounty they have to offer. It’s extremely important to be aware of the role trees play in keeping the delicate ecological balance of the natural world. We may help save them from unnecessary felling by creating more awareness.  Let us lend a hand in preserving the legacy of trees for future generations.

Here are some majestic examples from the Kingdom of Trees.

The 125-year-old Rhododendron

©Reddit | smartforever

The 144-year-old Wisteria in Japan
The 144-year-old Wisteria in Japan

Trees being bent by the wind in New Zealand

©Flickr | Seabird NZ

Japanese Maple in Portland Oregon

©2013-2017 Falcor88

A Beech tree with hanging moss in Oregon

©Drew Hopper

Cherry blossoms in Bonn, Germany

©Adas Meliauskas

The Angel Oak tree in Charleston, South Carolina

©Daniela Duncan

This Royal Poinciana is in Brazil

©Salete T Silva

The Dragon Blood tree in Yemen

©Csilla Zelko

The President, the world’s 3rd largest Sequoia in California

©Michael Nichols

A Tunnel of Maple trees in Oregon

©Ian Sane

The Rainbow Eucalyptus tree in Kauai, Hawaii

©Facebook | jwilsonnorton

Avenue of Oaks in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

©Lee Sosby

The Baobab trees in Madagascar


The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland

The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland
©Stephen Emerson

Baobab Botswana Africa

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©Nick Hiltermann

“A tree that looks at God all day and lifts her leafy arms to pray” Joyce Kilmer 1914

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