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"The President" 3200 year old tree is so huge it's never been captured in a single image. (National Geographic).

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The President, the third largest tree on earth. The President, Sequoia National Park is 3200 years old. "The President" is the second most massive tree ever measured: it's 27 feet wide at the bottom and 247 feet tall.

Huge Trees!! see the tiny people in orange at base and climbing up :)

Biggest, Tallest Tree Photo Ever

~ The Majestic Redwood ~ Prairie Creek Redwood State Park, California. This amazing 300 foot tall, 1500 year old redwood was shot by Nick Nichols for National Geographic. He used a 3 camera, robotic dolly on a gyroscope to create this 83 photo composite.

I find this really enticing and slightly scary at the same time!

When I want to run away I always picture places like this to live in. Where the wild things are / Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia.

Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia.

Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia. I like the idea of using the tree roots as levels and seats. The tree would be central with the the roots around it.

Ancient Eye by Greg Clure; Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, California #milan #Expo2015 #WorldsFair

The trees of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, in the White Mountains near Bishop, California, are the oldest living recorded organisms on Earth. Many of the trees are over years old, with the “Methuselah” tree dated at more than years old.

Fabulous tree, National Botanic Gardens, Dublin, Ireland - It's almost Celtic!

tree tunnel.

drive-through redwood tree in the Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park, California I was supposed to go to the redwood forest with family and we never went :( Someone go with me?

35 Amazing Places In Our Amazing World | Amazing Online Magazine

The General Sherman is a giant sequoia tree located in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park, California, USA. By volume, it is the largest known living single stem tree on earth. Photo by Ian Shive.