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Árboles Antiguos: Esta mujer fotografió durante 14 años los árboles más longevos del mundo

Avenue of the Baobabs. San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon spent the last 14 years seeking out some of the largest, rarest, and oldest trees on Earth to capture with her camera.

This Woman Has Spent 14 Years Finding And Photographing The Oldest Trees In The World.

Rilke’s Bayon taken in Ta Prohm, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia in Of the species Tetrameles nudiflora, it can reach a height of 150 ft m) and is found in the Indo-Malayan region, according to the US Department of Agriculture. Photo by Beth Moon.

Ancient trees affected by cosmic rays are the subject of The “Diamond Nights” project by San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon

Beth Moon Photographs The World’s Oldest Trees Illuminated By Starlight

Photographer Beth Moon come back again with her amazing project "Diamond Nights", photographs of world's oldest trees illuminated by starlight.

- ¿Cómo se siente? Me pregunto - Es como tirarse en la hierba bajo los árboles y sentir que los rayos de luz que traspasan las ramas, traspasan también tu piel, se almacenan en tu corazón, concentrándote en lo cálido que se siente, la temperatura se esparce por tu cuerpo, llenando el vacío de tu corazón que nada había podido llenar, y es cuando, por fin, nada puede interrumpir el cerrar de tus ojos. By: Mar..!

Hermosas fotografías de los árboles más viejos del mundo

Beautiful dark twisted fantasies: the world's most ancient trees – in pictures King’s Canyon Sequoias, USA, 2006

Los árboles más viejos sobre la faz de la Tierra

Los árboles más viejos sobre la faz de la Tierra

Wise ancient trees set in the foreground of the epic Milky Way Photographer: Beth Moon Location: Across Southern Africa

Wise ancient trees set in the foreground of the epic Milky Way

“ In this new series of striking images, San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon (previously) captures some of the world’s oldest living trees against shimmering night skies in remote areas of.

The Major's Oak. Edwinstowe, England, 2005. With its distinctive broad crown and imposing stature, this handsome tree has become one of the most famous oak trees in Britain. It has a girth of 33 feet, an estimated weight of 23 tons, and a probable age of 800-1,000 years. According to local folklore, Robin Hood met with his merry men under this tree, while hiding from the Sheriff of Nottingham, and slept under its boughs at night. Beth Moon

The Most Ancient and Magnificent Trees From Around the World