A Woman Spent 14 Years Photographing the World’s Oldest Trees, and Here Are The Results

Did you know that there are ancient trees on our planet, which are thousands of years old? Some of them live so long that they are even older than the existence of Islam and Christianity.

The 14-year-old Beth Moon’s journey to photograph ancient trees took her across the United States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Some of the photographed trees grow in isolation, in remote mountains, private estates or natural reserves. All, however, share the mysterious beauty perfected over the years and the power to connect us all with the sense of time and nature, which is actually much greater than ourselves. It is the beauty and power that Moon captures in her extraordinary photographs.

“I believe that these symbolic trees, which in my opinion are the oldest living monuments, will be of particular importance especially at this time when our focus is on finding better ways to unite with the environment,” explains Beth Moon.

Below you can take a look at her stunning images. Enjoy!

The Bufflesdrift Baobab

The Ifaty Teapot

Ankor Passage

Avenue of the Baobabs

The Bowthorpe Oak

Croft Castle Chestnut

The Yews of Wakehurst

Heart of the Dragon

Desert Rose (Wadi Fa Lang)

Bristle Cone Pine Relic

King’s Canyon

Quiver Tree Forest

The Lovers

Kapok

Diksom Forest

The Great Western Red Cedar

Rooted Passage

All the pictures from her journey Beth Moon has published in a book: “Ancient Trees: Portraits Of Time”

Source: A New Kind of Human

2 comments on “A Woman Spent 14 Years Photographing the World’s Oldest Trees, and Here Are The Results”

  1. Denise says:

    Gorgeous!!!!! I have always had a mystical connection to trees. Even as a small child…

  2. Gayle says:

    Inspiring beautiful amazing all unique and precious to our Earth and health

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