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An island of trees which have grown together so beautifully. Would be peaceful to sit at the shore or in a little boat on the water and watch, marvel at how a tiny circle of tree trunks could create so much depth.

An island of trees which have grown together so beautifully. Would be peaceful to sit at the shore or in a little boat on the water and watch, marvel at how a tiny circle of tree trunks could create so much depth.

The Methuselah Tree, California. The tree is generally held to be the oldest living, individual organism on Earth, measured at 4,842 years and counting. shows no signs of disease or weakness in any way. Researchers expect it to reach 5,000. Let’s put that into perspective. It sprouted out of the ground in c. 2832 BC.

The Methuselah Tree, California. The tree is generally held to be the oldest living, individual organism on Earth, measured at 4,842 years and counting. shows no signs of disease or weakness in any way. Researchers expect it to reach 5,000. Let’s put that into perspective. It sprouted out of the ground in c. 2832 BC.

This looks like one tree giving a helping hand to another tree, who has fallen.

Old Growth Forest, Hoh Rain Forest, Washington.

This looks like one tree giving a helping hand to another tree, who has fallen.

The Toborochi Tree - we must meet, so cute

The Toborochi Tree