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The Magnificent Beauty of World's Oldest Trees Through the Lens of Beth Moon

Photographer Beth Moon has been traveling and photographing around the world for 14 years to document the magnificent beauty of the world’s oldest trees. She is a San Francisco-based photographer and traveler. She has been exploring the world’s oldest trees that grow in the most remote places. She recently published a book called “Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time ” Below are some stunning pics from the book.

Standing as the earth’s largest oldest living monuments, I believe these symbolic trees will take on a greater significance, especially at a time when our focus is directed at finding better ways to live with the environment.

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#1 The queen elizabeth oak

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#2 Avenue of the baobabs

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#3 Quiver tree forest

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#4 Bristle cone pine relic

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#5 Majesty

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#6 Angkor passage

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#7 Avenue of oaks

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#8 The bowthorpe oak

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#9 The bufflesdrift baobab

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#10 The chapman’s baobab

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#11 Chestnut in cowdry park

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#12 Croft castle chestnut

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#13 King’s canyon

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#14 The crowhurst yew

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#15 The devil’s pulpit

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#16 General sherman

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#17 The morton bay fig

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#18 The great western red cedar

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#19 The ifaty teapot

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#20 Kapok

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#21 Strangler fig

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#22 The lovers

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#23 The much marcle yew

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#24 The nantglyn pulpit yew

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#25 Off to market

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#26 Rilke’s bayon

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#27 Rooted passage

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#28 The sentinels of st. Edwards

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#29 The whittinghame yew

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Written by Maverick King

Born and raised in Luxembourg, marketing expert. I compose interesting stories, lists. Love to play ping-pong, Grey’s, Anatomy tv series.

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