I love trees. I think there is a magical beauty than comes from trees. They are full of life even though they are stationary. They come in so many different shapes, sizes and colors. They adapt and they can last for centuries. They provide us with so much too: fruit, seeds, air, paper, shelter, furniture… you name it. They are truly amazing creatures of nature. We owe them.
Below is a series of trees I have captured in images from across my travels from London to New Hampshire and more.
Trees on the way to the beach in Long Beach, Washington
Crowds gathering around this amazing tree.
Bald winter trees in Hyde Park, London
Fall trees in Laconia, New Hampshire.
Snowed in trees in the Mirror Lake Trail, Oregon
Palm trees in Acapulco, Mexico.
Bamboo trees by the streets of Portland, OR.
Tall trees at the Eno River Park, Durham, North Carolina.
An awesome autumn tree in Durham, North Carolina.
Christmas tree at the Zocalo, Mexico City.
Trees creating shade and protecting people from the heat at the Brew Fest in Portland.
Black and white trees hugging in India.
Trees bending over from the weight of the snow at the Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina.
Weird tree trunk in Hood River, OR
A lonely tree provides shade for this guard in India.