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1500 year old 'Angel Oak' in Charleston, South Carolina. (Charleston has tons of year old live oak trees, it's gorgeous.

This tree is in Santa Maria Del Tule, Mexico. Estimates are that it is about 3000 years old.

Tree with the Largest Diameter in the World: El Arbol del Tule. Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress in Santa Maria del Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico. The trunk is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet.

World’s most beautiful trees…

World’s most beautiful trees…

Funny pictures about World's most beautiful trees. Oh, and cool pics about World's most beautiful trees. Also, World's most beautiful trees.

Awesome Photos That Are Truly Fascinating. 350-year-old, 90-foot-tall bur oak tree in Missouri.

Awesome Photos That Are Truly Fascinating

The Brazilian Grape Tree (also known as Jabuticaba) does not use branches to grow fruits. It grows delicious fruits (and flowers) directly on the trunk! ~via Green Renaissance, FB

I found this grape tree in Hawaii. They tasted delicious! " Brazilian Grape Tree (also known as Jabuticaba) does not use branches to grow fruits. It grows fruits (and flowers) directly on the trunk.

Jacaranda tree [This is one of the things I like best about jacarandas--that they give you a lovely purple carpet even while there's plenty of bloom left on the tree.

Mine are in my back yard, here in Scottsdale, but aren't they beautiful! JACARANDA Located In our FRONT yard. Blooms in the Spring (March- ?) The most beautiful mess in the world is when the Jacaranda purple petals fall.

Mattleese87. (2011). The great deku tree. Available: http://videogam.in/sblog/2475. Last accessed 29th October.

The great deku tree

Fairy door. I love the moss. Could be achieved with that recipe for spray on moss mixture as in the "moss grafitti" links I've seen.

Doors in trees. apparently I have a thing for doors in trees.

A thorny issue. Ceiba tree - "Common name is Kapok, native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South America, and to tropical west Africa"

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