Take all the trees, put them in a tree museum…
Here are some ‘Woodlands’ museums from around the world.
Chestnut Grove in Ribeira Sacra, Spain.
Trees in Kroller Muller Sculpture Garden near Utrecht in Holland. Trees on the walk just past the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peaks District of England. Fence poles that have started sprouting small trees in luxuriant Costa Rica.
‘Undetonated explosives’ sign at Vimy Ridge in France. Wet trees in a woodland area of Vancouver in January.Yellow leaves in the forest in autumn at Grand Canyon, Arizona.
Super green mossy trees in Glenveagh National Park, Ireland. Trail on the Peak of Hong Kong.Panorama of the most picturesque ruins in Belgium, the Ruines de Montaigle.More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Trees.
Selection indeed; I had so many photos of trees (and woodlands and forests and jungles) I didn’t know where to start! Thank you!
Lovely choices – and Ireland is my favorite. The panorama of ruins in the middle of a forest – cool!
I could have done a post just on Ireland alone there were so many moody images of trees.
Amazing variety, love your choices
It’s always fun to go through my photos with a particular topic (such as trees) in mind!