Rainbow Eucalyptus - Hawaii (the bark sheds and dries to different hues)

Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree in Hawaii. Eucalyptus deglupta (Rainbow Eucalyptus) hails from the rainforests of Mindanao, which is the southernmost and easternmost island in the Philippine island group.

Determination

Un arbre qui pousse dans la pierre : quand on veut, on peut ! A tree growing in stone: when we want, we can!

The latticework of a strangler fig

The knotted branches of a 'Spider's Web' tree (or a strangler fig) in a park in Nanning, Guangxi, ChinaPicture: Top Photo Corporation/REX

Union of the fig tree and the Hainan

Open my. ………..

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.

Ravenala madagascariensis

Ravenala madagascariensis, commonly known as Traveller's Tree or Traveller's Palm, is a species of plant from Madagascar. It is not a true palm (family Arecaceae) but a member of the bird-of-paradise family, Strelitziaceae.

★♥★Posture séduisante de l'arbre a été prise dans île de Extremadura avec série de branches qui conviennent à celle d'une araignée,  avec les branches qui s'étendent de chaque côté un peu comme les #jambes de l'insecte car il se nourrit de ses victimes.  Pendant ce temps, photographe, Angel Febrero, a capturé paire d'arbres dans son #Espagne natale qui ressemblent à des araignées  #humanoid #tree #Arbre #humanoide #trees #Arbres #nature #beauty #life #vie #bizarre #weird #unusual #Scary

Angel Febrero, captured a pair of trees in his native Spain that resemble spiders. The manipulated symmetrical snaps were taken on the island of Extremadura, with the extended branches on either side much like the insect's legs as it preys on its victims.


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