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11 Jaw-Dropping Pictures of the World’s Most Amazing Trees

Get inspired by Mother Nature with these stunning tree pictures from around the world. One look at them, and you’ll want to book a trip ASAP.

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Dark Hedges trees in Northern IrelandPhoto: Shutterstock

Dark Hedges

In Northern Ireland, there’s a row of beech trees called Dark Hedges that are especially picturesque.

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Rainbow eucalyptus tree in HawaiiPhoto: Shutterstock

Rainbow eucalyptus

This tree, photographed in Hawaii, is also called Mindanao gum, rainbow gum, or eucalyptus deglupta. Tree pictures of this species highlight the colourful streaks in the bar.

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Fall treesPhoto: Shutterstock

Fall trees

Fall colours are captured perfectly in this mixed forest in Bernstorff Palace Gardens, Copenhagen.

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Cherry trees in GermanyPhoto: Trang Trinh/Shutterstock

Cherry trees

A cherry-tree lined street in Bonn, Germany is a gorgeous sight.

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Jacaranda trees in South AfricaPhoto: Shutterstock

Glorious jacaranda trees

Although most tree photos of the jacarandas are from South Africa, San Diego actually declared it their official city tree.

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Dragon blood trees in YemenPhoto: Shutterstock

Dragon blood trees

Dragon blood trees in Yemen make for gorgeous tree photos too!

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Joshua Tree in CaliforniaPhoto: Shutterstock

Joshua Tree

This Joshua Tree, photographed in California, is native to regions of southwestern North America. Clusters of spiky leaves grow at the ends of the tree.

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Baobab trees in MadagascarPhoto: Shutterstock

Baobab trees

Some Baobab trees, on the island of Madagascar off the coast of Africa, were left after the area was logged.

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General Sherman treePhoto: Shutterstock

The General Sherman Tree

General Sherman is a giant sequoia tree located in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park in California. It’s the largest known living single stem tree on Earth.

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Royal poinciana in MadagascarPhoto: Shutterstock

Royal poinciana

This tree is native to Madagascar and is known for having colourful fern-like leaves—providing the perfect splash of colour for tree pictures.

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Methuselah treePhoto: Shutterstock


This 4,849-year-old pine tree is in the White Mountains of eastern California. It is the second-oldest tree in the entire world.

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