This art installation by Klaus Littman is a dramatic, stadium-filling piece, filling a full-size football stadium with over 300 large trees.
We love the perspective of these forest photos by Italian Manuelo Bececco. His forest floor perspective, combined with a slight fisheye lens, gives a great, expansive view of the tree canopy above. It's the angle we love to admire when we walk …
A gnarled and dramatic forest draped in thick moss, trees emerge from the fog, appearing much more like the set of a fantasy movie than a place outside Devon, England.
Photographer Kilian Schönberger shows us a series of magical trees, bathed in autumn light, and appearing very much like they belong in a fairytale.
German photographer Ben Gowertt has a way of transforming the ordinary into something ghostly and otherworldly. His series Ex Glory/Planetary Shining explores trees that have been shifted to look skeletal white, almost like through an x-ray machine.
A beautiful look at African Baobab trees in the evening light.
A beautiful series of tree photography on the Baltic Coast by Heiko Gerlicher.
A strange and fascinating concept of merging a giant Sequoia tree with a manmade skyscraper.
In these Earth & Science-centric infographics, artist Michael Paukner brings somewhat abstract phenomena to life. You can’t help but be stunned by the graphic on oldest trees. Via Gizmodo.
robotindisguise: Tree Cozy By Carol Hummel
A quieter weekend than last. The weather is decidedly more subdued, seasonal and contemplative. The freakish beauty of last week was an anomaly, and while certainly welcome, it’s not unexpected that we’re back to a bit of drizzle. I have been playing …
I’m afraid if I’ve proved anything in my 26 years, it’s that I often don’t understand women, and they often don’t understand me. But I think I understand trees. I like trees a lot. Especially the Redwoods.