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Friday Inspiration #103 - HisPotion. Stay strongly rooted and you can overcome anything!

Tree in Australia -Roots always find their way home to mother earth :)

treeannosaurus rex – Imgur

treeannosaurus rex - Imgur

nofound/photofair, the contemporary photography fair in Paris.©Vincent Delbrouck, Dino from 'Some Windy Trees' series, Nepal, 2010

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The enchantingly beautiful live-tree church in New Zealander Brian Cox’s backyard is already impressive enough, but it’s even more amazing when you learn that it took him only 4 years to create!

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Covão da Ametade, Serra da Estrela, Portugal by Pedro Santos, via Reflections can often display much more than twice the existing beauty of nature, as in this shot!

leaves of autumn

Colors of Autumn Leaves

Redwood Forest - The Tallest Trees in The World.

~ The Majestic Redwood ~ Prairie Creek Redwood State Park, California. This amazing 300 foot tall, 1500 year old redwood was shot by Nick Nichols for National Geographic. He used a 3 camera, robotic dolly on a gyroscope to create this 83 photo composite.

Mossy tree

Mossy tree

Baobab trees look like they are from a Dr. Seuss world.

Baobab trees look like they are from a Dr. Seuss world.

Birch bark - roll into beads for another natural crafting material?

Birch bark - roll into beads for another natural crafting material? No - never pull the bark off a birch tree, unless it has been cut.

The "Basket" Tree was woven together from six separate sycamore trees. Axel Erlandson was an American ‘arborsculptor’ who planted trees in specified patterns and pruned, bent and grafted them into shapes not seen in nature. He opened a horticultural attraction in 1947 near Santa Cruz, California named “The Tree Circus”, and people flocked in from all over the country to view his unusual and striking creations.

This is one of Axel Erlandson´s "Circus trees" located in Gilroy, California. This "basket tree" was formed by grafting six Sycamore trees together in a diamond pattern.

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