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LA Times: Wildlands Conservancy naturalists believe they have discovered the largest oak in North America. The oak's trunk is 12.2 feet in circumference and is located in a meadow surrounded by steep slopes in the Oak Glen area of the San Bernardino Mountains.  It is impossible to guess how many centuries the tree has stood on the steep, rocky hillside overlooking a narrow stream-fed canyon thick with incense cedars, canyon maples and bracken fern.

LA Times: Wildlands Conservancy naturalists believe they have discovered the largest oak in North America. The oak's trunk is 12.2 feet in circumference and is located in a meadow surrounded by steep slopes in the Oak Glen area of the San Bernardino Mountains. It is impossible to guess how many centuries the tree has stood on the steep, rocky hillside overlooking a narrow stream-fed canyon thick with incense cedars, canyon maples and bracken fern.

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tents that zip together It's like a camping fort. Just so awesome

tents that zip together It's like a camping fort. Just so awesome

Dragon Tree , guardian of the Forest

Dragon Tree , guardian of the Forest

Omine Highland seven-colored giant maple.  Omine Highland is famous for its 250-year-old seven-colored giant maple. The tree measures approximately 12 meters in height and roughly 15 meters in the diameter of its radiating branches.  Azumino, Nagano - Japan

Omine Highland seven-colored giant maple. Omine Highland is famous for its 250-year-old seven-colored giant maple. The tree measures approximately 12 meters in height and roughly 15 meters in the diameter of its radiating branches. Azumino, Nagano - Japan

So I became the tree - O que um homem é capaz de realizar na obra de Deus! Cambodia -Siem Reap?

So I became the tree - O que um homem é capaz de realizar na obra de Deus! Cambodia -Siem Reap?

The poetry of the earth is never dead. ~ John Keats, (image: Kyoju of the Gods, Ancient Japanese Tree).

The poetry of the earth is never dead. ~ John Keats, (image: Kyoju of the Gods, Ancient Japanese Tree).

狭い方から「ただいま」

狭い方から「ただいま」

Wisteria Fukuoka, Japan

Wisteria Fukuoka, Japan

公園散步如果可以遇到大樹 ~那是何等的幸運 !

公園散步如果可以遇到大樹 ~那是何等的幸運 !

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