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Of the planet's 400 odd billion trees, we go out on a limb and root-out some of the most unusual and exotic

If you go down to the woods today you're sure of a big surprise! The mind-bending trees twisted into unbelievable shapes

Phoenicean Juniper (Juniperus phoenicea) at El Sabinar, El Hierro, Canary Islands (Spain). Picture taken by myself in February

Tree Tunnel,

How do I want to walk through this tree tunnel and be met by some magical creature, of the fairy tale variety, at the end.Tree Tunnel, Maderia, Portugal by Dan Knowle

Tierra del Fuego - Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego    "The trees are the fossilized dialogue of the wind,  That deposited the balance of his soul.  This wind that, from being Southern,  Bend the vertical dimension,  And furiously enrolled it in the surreal creeping foliage.  Screaming lengas .  Madness came in the tree and it lay down like a wave.  Breaker of clenched branches, pain of the posture...

Tierra del Fuego -The trees are the fossilized dialogue of the wind, That deposited the balance of his soul. This wind that, from being Southern, Bend the vertical dimension, And furiously enrolled it in the surreal creeping foliage.

;) this is a awesome picture

Laceleaf Maple Tree with fall color in the Japanese Garden at Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island, Washington. Photo by Greg Vaughn Photography

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I would love this to be the entrance to my dream house.Entrance to treehouse, Chaumont-Sur-Loire, France

Angel Oak- Sun Beam Photograph by Drew Castelhano

1500 year old Angel Oak Tree on St. Johns Island, South Carolina - I've been there. It's beautiful!

Beautiful

The vibrant color of the flowers is really nice against the paleness of the sky and the background. I love the way the tree looks old and bent but still beautiful.

Pillar-like aerial roots support a massive spreading limb of a Lord Howe Island Banyan (Ficus macrophylla ssp. columnaris) at the San Diego Zoo.

Pillar-like aerial roots support a massive spreading limb of a Lord Howe Island Banyan (Ficus macrophylla ssp. columnaris) at the San Diego Zoo. In its native habitat, a single tree of this species can cover one acre of land.

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