Tribute to Planet Earth 🌎 ♥️

The Kalaloch Tree, located in Washington State's Olympic National Park in the USA, is a Sitka cedar whose roots are totally exposed to the open air due to coastal soil erosion. Yet another example of nature's ultimate resilience.
Le Contemplateur
What you see is not a wood or a forest, it's a single tree... It's called Cajueiro de Pirangi and it's the largest cashew tree in the world, covering an area of around 8,000 square grows in eastern Brazil, in Pirangi, near the city of Natal, and was planted in 1888 by a fisherman named Luis Inacio de Oliveira; the fisherman died at the age of 93, in the shade of his tree.


Nature is Amazing

14 mars
Blossom trees and Fawn in Nara, Japan
Top Bottom