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The Boab Tree

The Boab Tree

The boab tree in Australia. Some up to 1500 years old. Every one is individual and different just like my kids!

So beautiful

The Cauldron Tree – Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands, England, UK

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There are no defects. Only the capacity to love another when one has been beaten up. Also, the little tree will be protected by the older tree during its tender years.

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Collection of Weird Trees Photos

mrockstyle: Pink Floyd’s Tree of Half Life album cover art by Storm Thorgerson picture on VisualizeUs on imgfave

A SACRED TREE was known as a “bile” [bʲilʲə] in Old Irish.  It was often a sacred tree, of great age, growing over a holy well or fort. Five of them are described in the Dindsenchas, and one was an oak, which not only yielded acorns, but nuts and apples.

A SACRED TREE was known as a “bile” [bʲilʲə] in Old Irish. It was often a sacred tree, of great age, growing over a holy well or fort. Five of them are described in the Dindsenchas, and one was an oak, which not only yielded acorns, but nuts and apples.

Ceiba Tree.  Ceiba is the name of a genus of many species of large trees found in tropical areas. Some species can grow to 230 ft tall or more, with a straight, largely branchless trunk that  culminates in a huge, spreading canopy, and buttress roots that can be  taller than a grown person.

Ceiba is the name of a genus of many species of large trees found in tropical areas. Some species can grow to 230 ft tall

The tree of love, also called tree of life, is in fact the union of two different trees, the fig and Hasina. You must know that the fig tree is a strangler fig tree: a tree that had a lot of water tends to be a parasite on other plants close to him. Usually the fig kills the host tree, but wonderful thing in this case the two trees live in perfect harmony.

The tree of love, also called tree of life, is in fact the union of two…

The Sisters Olive Trees of Noah, 6000 years old. The oldest living olive trees on earth.

The Sisters Olive Trees of Noah, 6000 years old. The oldest living olive trees on earth. I find this absolutely fascinating

A pretty neat tree at Blarney Castle...

A pretty neat tree at Blarney Castle...

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