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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Some More Amazing, Unbelievable Trees!!


No name for this one, but it is amazing!!


White Cedar


The Angel Oak in South Carolina stands 66.5 ft (20 m) tall and is estimated to be more than 1400 or 1500 years old. (By Daniela Duncan)


The dragonblood tree named because of its crimson red sap, used as a dye, a violin varnish, an alchemical ingredient, and a folk remedy for various ailments. By Csilla Zelko)

Trees on Slope Point, the southern tip of New Zealand, grow at an angle because they’re constantly buffeted by extreme antarctic winds. By Seabird

13 comments:

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
Beautiful branches, all... YAM xx

TexWisGirl said...

just love them!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, that Angel Oak is something else.

George said...

These trees are simply amazing. I would like to see the Angel Oak the next time we are near Charleston.

Fotolosopher said...

What a fun post. I love all of these trees! That first on has probably been used as the cover for mystery novels!

Jo said...

Sylvia, every tree is amazing and most other-worldly ! Thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Jo

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Aren't these amazing and beautiful trees! God is so creative and we get to enjoy them all with the internet!

Mama Zen said...

These are really cool!

Jack said...

Great trees, but that first one is the first place winner.

Reader Wil said...

These trees are unbelievable! They are great compositions of wood and branches. Thank you for sharing.
I wish you a wonderful week, Sylvia.
Wil, ABCW

Gunn said...

Superb images.

Gunn said...

Superb images.

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