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The UK's oldest trees and their storied pasts

We've listed the oldest trees in the UK, including the Ankerwycke Yew, the Crowhurst Yew, Major Oak and the Fortingall Yew...

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#Forest #Forests #BeautifulMysteriousForests The Angel Oak is a Southern live oak tree located in Angel Oak Park, in Charleston, South Carolina, on Johns Island, one of South Carolina’s Sea Islands. It is estimated to be in excess of 1400 years old ift.tt/2qburHm

Patagonian cypress

Trees are among the oldest living organisms on the planet. Some individual trees have lived for several thousand years, and connected groves of trees can sometimes live for tens of thousands of years. Living that long requires a combination of steady climate, solitude, luck and of course, genetics. Some tree species consistently outlive the others. Based on tree rings (which form at the rate of one per year), these are the longest-lived tree species.

Bristlecone Pines are some of the oldest continually living organisms on Earth. They look like terrestrial tornadoes.

Photo about Twisted trunk of an ancient bristlecone pine - world s oldest living things - more than 4000 years old. Image of pine, braggy, enduring - 18304009

800 Year Old Oak Tree. It Is Called Majesty, Or The Fredville Oak, And Is Located In Fredville Park, Nonington, Kent

The earth is full of wonders, whether you're talking about historical or modern marvels, technical and architectural achievements, or breathtakingly beautiful geological and natural wonders.

A tree with roots so grand, from which I can extract the energy to free my friends and vanquish my foes.

John Henley photographed a series of beautiful and breathtaking images of the Great Dismal Swamp for our December 2011 feature "The Green Island." We published nine images in the magazine, but offer an expanded selection of 22 in this slideshow.