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In pictures: Six of Britain's oldest trees

The Ankerwycke yew There may be yew trees in Britain that are older but the 31-ft wide yew (Taxus baccata) found in the ruined priory of Ankerwycke in Berkshire has witnessed at least 2,000 years of history and myth-making. It is said to have been the spot where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215 and is rumoured to be where Henry VIII conducted his first liaisons with Anne Boleyn. Many yews are found close to abbeys or in church yards.

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011 winners

Welcome to the planet Nothing. A world without no colour, no war, and lots of rules. There are guards called Plasmas which either eat or murder people who go against the government. Only heroes can stop them and get Nothing's colour back...to get back it's real name Xeno. It's not always been boring. Only fate decides for the heroes, the effect...the rebels who will save the planet.

Druids Trees: This beautiful oak-tree Goddess is dancing in the forest of Cae Mabon eco retreat in Snowdonia, Wales, and was created by the wood carver artist Peter Boyd.

It took me a moment to figure that out

I do quite like the "all seasons" tree . This was my first initial thought for a logo (just not a painted style like this) but I'm pretty sure it's been done more than once so it'd need some work to make it original.

Takanori Aiba- Living beauty Some see bonsai trees as an art form in themselves, but for Takanori they're just the canvas for incredibly detailed arboreal cities.