Andy Goldsworthy : environmental art "Incredible Serpentine Root", Andy Goldworthy, This piece by Andy Goldworthy is just really cool. It is a great example of environmental art, as it’s very transitory, one expects the sand to wash away at any moment.
A Quiver Tree in Spitzkoppe, Namibia. Because bushmen use it's branches to make quivers, the aloe dichotoma, or kokerboom, is known as the quiver tree. It is a species of aloe indigenous to Southern Africa and parts of Southern Namibia.
The Circus Trees were originally grown and created by Axel Erlandson, by using intricate techniques. He spent over 40 years growing his experimental tree shapes. As a result - woven wonders made from living wood. In Gilroy, CA
Her "Majesty" (pedunculate oak Fairy tale oak tree considered to be the mightiest and finest of all ancient trees in Britain. She is also considered the thickest tree in Britain, her trunk across with a circumference of when measured at
The tree of love, also called tree of life, is in fact the union of two different trees, the fig and Hasina. Usually the fig kills the host tree, but in this case the two trees live in perfect harmony.