20 pictures of beautiful & quirky trees around the world

When was the last time you stopped and admired a tree? Can’t remember? These twenty shots of trees in different parts of the world will surely help you revalue their beauty, their diversity and their quirkiness.

1. Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country, Spain

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2. Leaning tree in Greenough, Western Australia

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3. Mafate on La Réunion Island

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4. Ottawa, Canada

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5. Saint-Paul on Réunion Island

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6. Paseo del Espolón in Burgos, Spain

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7. Bijilo Beach in The Gambia

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8. Giant java willow tree in Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

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9. Hoeselt in Limburg, Belgium

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10. Baobab tree in Katherine, Western Australia

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11. Flathead National Forest in Montana, USA

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12. Red Sea desert in Marsa Alam, Egypt

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13. Parque de los Pinos, Santander, Spain

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14. Kunta Kinteh island, The Gambia

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15. Subaúma in Bahia, Brazil

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16. The Ardennes, Belgium

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17. Pembrokeshire, South West Wales

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18. Grass tree in Perth, Australia

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19. Etikhove, Flanders, Belgium

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20. Magdalena island in Santander, Northern Spain

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  • They are beautiful pictures of trees….!

    • Tine

      🙂 Thank you!

  • Gorgeous shots! Those trees in Burgos are mighty strange. Like gnarled skeleton hands reaching over you…

    • Thanks Shelley! It was great walking through that tree lane in Burgos. My favorite one is the grass tree, I just loved how they were swaying in the wind 🙂

  • A beautiful, leafy post! 🙂 It’s refreshing to see such gorgeous trees that have become a rarity in the concrete worlds that many of us live in. Thanks for the post!

    • Tine

      Thanks Ami, that’s exactly my opinion too!

  • This is AMAZING! Love it. 🙂

    • Tine

      Thank you 🙂

  • Thank you for the beatiful pictures of trees. I seldom stop to notice the details but you remind me that seeing takes some effort and that taking that effort is worthwhile.

    • Tine

      Thanks Ralph! Nature can be a wonderful thing.