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Trees - A Photo Gallery of Different Trees

Updated on November 25, 2011
Photo 1 - You can see the use of larger and much smaller trees in this garden.
Photo 1 - You can see the use of larger and much smaller trees in this garden. | Source
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Various Trees that I love

Trees help to make the world go round. We rely on them for so much, whether we realize it, or think about it or not. If it were possible, I think I was born loving trees. They are such a strong force in life, even though stationary all of their living days. Trees are one of the many things in life I am very grateful for.

This hub is a small gallery (because I would choose thousands if I could) of trees to share with you. I like either the tree itself or how it is used in the garden setting. Trees are worth celebrating I think and so that is what I am doing here. Join me in a walk through the park, or woods, to see some trees.

Photos of Trees

Photo 1 - There is actually a lot going on in this photo, in regards to trees, shrubs and plants and flowers. I love it because it shows so many sizes both in the foreground and background of the photo. There is a lot of use of evergreen trees as well as those that shed their leaves every year. In particular, in the distance you can see a line of small evergreen trees that lend quite a wonderful look to the garden. I simply love all those little trees. In the foreground, I love the larger tree that gives a lot of shade and shape to the garden.

Photo 2 - This is just a general park like scene, with a few different trees included. One thing I regret is being able to show you just how tall and amazing some of these trees really are. Some are not only tall, but just massive in their scope. To look up and really get a good look, you could get almost dizzy.

Photo 3 - A couple of trees in the park, complete with a bench for resting or reading or relaxing. I love the beginning signs of fall going on here. These trees have a simple but beautiful shape to them, though different sizes. These are the kinds of trees, that when I was a kid I used to draw in my pictures. I think we all had a general way we drew trees, and mine looked like these. Not sure why that is, or why I never really drew say stick trees, with no leaves.

Photo 4 - Huge tree trunk to a large tree in a wooded area. It is just a symbol of strength. In many of these, you will see that sometimes I went for portions of the tree, rather than all. Had I got all of the tree, you wouldn't see some of the detail afforded by doing it this other way. One of the reasons my favorite way of viewing is in person. Still, I enjoy seeing photos of trees and what people like and share.

Photo 5 - This is an example of massively tall trees, that a photo just doesn't quite do justice too. Still, they are a force to be reckoned with, as tall, powerful and beautiful as they are. In this photo it is early spring, and the trees are still "filling out."

Photo 6 - I caught this one on a little nature walk, where the tree here was beginning to turn colors as fall was approaching not long ago. I love the wildflowers growing nearby too. Nothing fancy, just beautiful all the same.

Photo 7 - This tree is one gorgeous tree, and I wish the photo did it justice. Incredible design to it, I just love it. The ferns in the front are a nice introduction to the tree. It gives a lot of shade to the shade garden below. Very lovely and elegant in its own way.

Photo 8 - This photo seems sad at first glance, but it need not be. The little splash of yellow color is of a newer tree, growing strong right behind the fallen tree. I have learned much about fallen trees in woodlands, and really anywhere. When it comes to ecosystems and surrounding wildlife, nothing is ever wasted with a fallen tree. There is just so much more that goes on, behind the scenes where no one sees.

For instance, ever seen a pond or lake where fallen trees are sticking up out of it, whether in the middle or along the side? Turtles and ducks love to use these spots, for instance. Its a safe place to rest and sun themselves.

Photos 9 & 10 - These two photos aren't that far from each other, with just different points of view. I like in the first one how you can see the use of the smaller little evergreen trees for the design. Its just too cute. They have stayed little like that for years as well. I love the way the trees have been planted in both of these photos.

In the second one, photo 10, we see a small part of a very favorite tree. That is the weeping willow. Ever since I saw my first weeping willow blowing on a windy day, I have been in love with those trees ever since. They have a beauty and life and personality to them unlike any other almost. Something to take in and enjoy.

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Photo 7 - This neat old tree is in the Chinese Garden.  I couldn't get at an angle to get the whole tree, but I loved the ferns in front and just how cool of a tree it is.
Photo 7 - This neat old tree is in the Chinese Garden. I couldn't get at an angle to get the whole tree, but I loved the ferns in front and just how cool of a tree it is. | Source
Photo 8 - Old and New Trees.  One that has "passed", and a new one growing not too far from it.  It is fall, so that little tree is showing its colors.  I liked this photo because it shows two completely different stages right next to each other.
Photo 8 - Old and New Trees. One that has "passed", and a new one growing not too far from it. It is fall, so that little tree is showing its colors. I liked this photo because it shows two completely different stages right next to each other. | Source
Photo 9 - Example of using very large and very small trees in garden design.
Photo 9 - Example of using very large and very small trees in garden design. | Source

Weeping Willow Tree - One of my favorite trees

Photo 10 - Looking through a weeping willow.  Can you imagine taking a nap on a nice day on a blanket under a tree like this.  Imagine a slight breeze...
Photo 10 - Looking through a weeping willow. Can you imagine taking a nap on a nice day on a blanket under a tree like this. Imagine a slight breeze... | Source

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    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula 

      6 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      Mary, my computer can do the same thing, and thanks so much for your visits here and vote, etc. Have a great evening Mary. :)

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      Mary Hyatt 

      6 years ago from Florida

      My computer gets the "hiccups" every now and then. I just went back and looked and there is #9! I love this tour just like all your others! I voted it UP, etc.

    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR

      Paula 

      6 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      NMLady, thank you! So glad to know a fellow tree lover out there. :)

      Mary, Thanks so much for stopping by. Sometimes the photos do that I would refresh your page, it might have been your computer. I know it happens to me on occasion where a photo won't load, especially if I have too many tabs open. Glad you stopped by and commented. :)

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      Mary Hyatt 

      6 years ago from Florida

      Good Morning, again I follow your tours. This one is a little different from your garden tours, but it is beautiful. I love trees, even the dead one is pretty, like you captured in #8, The photo #9 is not coming up on my screen Could be my comuper.

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      NMLady 

      6 years ago from New Mexico & Arizona

      Beautiful! I love trees.

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