Today, I am not going to talk anything about bridges or mountains or the sky full of showery clouds. There is always hope at the beginning of cultivating new things. I am talking about trees in their most glorifying form. Letโ€™s talk about the most spectacular living component of our natural world.

Trees, trees, and trees everywhere of different shapes and sizes to maintain a balance in the ecosystem.

“A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds.  A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesy
reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.”
–   Basil

I recently came to know about a very heartbreaking story shared by a concerned citizen from my home country that people in his neighbourhood are intended to kill a 150 years old banyan tree because it produced too much foliage and hence creating a mess of fallen leaves everywhere. It’s shocking to hear such ridiculous stories where people are mercilessly killing trees for some extra amount of cash.

(Here, a link to this Facebook post)

Trees help to strengthen a balance in the ecosystem. It is rightly said that trees are sanctuaries and have the power to enrich our souls throughout the year. They reassure and calm us down by the mere rustling of their leaves.

“Trees are sanctuaries.  Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth.  They do not preach learning and precepts, they preach undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life.” –  Hermann Hesse,  Wandering  

Unfortunately, the rate at which these trees are being cut down is very frightening in my country of origin. I donโ€™t like tragic endings but chopping down an old tree that is also more than 150 years old is a crime in itself.

However, some of the giant old trees are difficult to forget or hard to go unnoticed. Here, I am compiling a list of 15 different types of trees around the world for you to cherish and admire.

“Follow the wisdom provided by nature. Everything in moderation – sunlight, water, nutrients. Too much of a good thing will topple your structure.  You can’t harvest what you don’t sow. So plant your desires, gently nurture them, and they will be rewarded with abundance.”

–  Vivian Elisabeth Glyck, 1997

These are the 15 most seen photos of the trees online that have been continually been shared on various social media platforms. Some people have personally visited these places to take us back to the wilderness.

The first on my list is a tree from Pakistan which has beautifully embedded herself on the wall of a neglected building.

1. That one tree struggles to revive the old heritage

2. Yes, we are talking about the roots here!

3. When mother nature thrives back

4. The Bristlecone pine tree on the rim of the Crater lake, National park, Oregon, USA

5. One of the oldest living beings in Portugal

6. This happens when the tree decides to start a new life

7. The Dragon blood tree as photographed by Daniel Kordan

8. Desert Rose is pink in colour!

9. The world oldest Olive tree, estimated to be over 3000 years old. It is still producing olives on the isle of Crete.

10. The world-famous tree house (Believe it or not). Let’s go there!

11. Arashiyama Bamboo forest is breathtaking!

12. The woods are full of fairies!
The trees are all alive!

13: Elephant paw tree in bloom

14. The daisugi technique – an ancient Japanese pruning method from the 14th century that allows lumber production without cutting down trees

15: 1400-year-old Ginkgo tree

Source: I took these images from various Facebook groups which are mostly focused on trees.

Thank you for reading. Please like, share and comment if you like this post of 15 incredible photos of the trees around the world.

33 thoughts on “15 incredible photos of the trees around the world!

  1. Beautiful thoughts and pics Rabia. Maybe I too shall do a post on trees one of these days ๐Ÿ˜Š


    1. Thanks Veena. Your comments are precious to me. I went to your blog the other day. You should write too.


  2. Those are incredibly beautiful carrying their unfaded beauty from times of ages. Your efforts in creating the amazing blog of trees is truly appreciated my dear friend ๐Ÿ˜ โค


    1. Yes, they are incredibly beautiful and repeatedly shared on various social media platforms.
      It’s a very heartwarming compliment. Thank you so much๐Ÿงก๐ŸŒณ


  3. I’m so excited by this post! So many wonderful trees around the world you have brought to my awareness. Thanks.


    1. Oh thank you so much for visiting my blog and I am glad you enjoyed this post. ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ‘Œโ˜บ๏ธ


      1. Haha. If I may ask, which tree are you intuitively drawn to the most?๐Ÿ‘Œโ˜บ๏ธ


      2. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜! It looks like wall art that came to life! The ‘roots’ one (the second one) amazes me… reminds me of inner strength. ๐Ÿ™‚


      3. Hahaha!!!!!!!!! Thank you for sharing the tree pics that inspired me to want to write about inner strength… trees are one of my favorite beings on this planet, but I don’t know much about their natural properties, species, etc.! I just appreciate their existence when I walk outside. The post will be available tomorrow! ๐Ÿ˜‚


      4. Oh that’s awesome. It must be posted by now. I would definitely read it. โค๏ธโค๏ธ๐Ÿ‘


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