this
buckydixon:

dottyasyouplease:

that tree looks so happy that it is receiving a hug from this child

I AM GROOT

buckydixon:

dottyasyouplease:

that tree looks so happy that it is receiving a hug from this child

I AM GROOT

malformalady:

A local guide demonstrates a tree root bridge being developed to replace an older, circuitous route across a gorge deep in the jungle near Mawsynram. The village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya receives 467 inches of rain per year. One of the most fascinating and beautiful features in the region are the “living bridges” spanning rain-soaked valleys. For centuries, locals have been training the roots of rubber trees to grow into natural bridges, far outlasting man-made wooden structures that rot in just a few years. The bridges are self-strengthening, becoming more substantial over time, as the root systems grow.
Photo credit: © Amos Chapple

malformalady:

A local guide demonstrates a tree root bridge being developed to replace an older, circuitous route across a gorge deep in the jungle near Mawsynram. The village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya receives 467 inches of rain per year. One of the most fascinating and beautiful features in the region are the “living bridges” spanning rain-soaked valleys. For centuries, locals have been training the roots of rubber trees to grow into natural bridges, far outlasting man-made wooden structures that rot in just a few years. The bridges are self-strengthening, becoming more substantial over time, as the root systems grow.

Photo credit: © Amos Chapple

unexplained-events:

unexplained-events:

Anthropomorphic Tree

Anthropomorphism which is the recognition of human-like characteristics or form in animals, plants or non-living things. This tree, which can be found in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, has roots which have taken a human-like form.

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malformalady:

Tree swallowing the ornate cross on a grave
Photo credit: Vasiliy Galkov

malformalady:

Tree swallowing the ornate cross on a grave

Photo credit: Vasiliy Galkov

yama-bato2:


©yama-bato
Holy Trinity - Feleacu Monastery ,Romania

yama-bato2:

©yama-bato

Holy Trinity - Feleacu Monastery ,Romania

thewhipandtheunicorn:

can-not-compete:

caseytheboy:

skinny-love711:

gifcraft:

Fallen Tree Stands Back Up

Science side of tumblr, please explain?!

well due to the tree being pissed off he packed his shit and left 

thanks science side of tumblr

yo that tree all like

thewhipandtheunicorn:

can-not-compete:

caseytheboy:

skinny-love711:

gifcraft:

Fallen Tree Stands Back Up

Science side of tumblr, please explain?!

well due to the tree being pissed off he packed his shit and left 

thanks science side of tumblr

yo that tree all like

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

4gifs:

Save money and do it yourself, they said.

4gifs:

Save money and do it yourself, they said.

malformalady:

Trees uprooted by tornadoes lie amid scattered debris in Vilonia, Arkansas
Photo credit: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

malformalady:

Trees uprooted by tornadoes lie amid scattered debris in Vilonia, Arkansas

Photo credit: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

darksnowflakes:

pleatedjeans:

“My friend who is a gardener sends me photos of himself at work” (via)

Assassin’s Creed: Garden edition

malformalady:

French designer Margaux Ruyant’s funeral urn entitled Poetree. Poetree is a funeral urn that evolves over time, allowing loved ones to plant a tree in the ashes, while also providing a simple, elegant monument.The Poetree is made out of a ceramic ring with the deceased’s details, plus a cork container and stopper. Relatives can place the deceased’s ashes in the urn and take it home, along with a boxwood tree sapling in a biodegradable pot. When they are ready, the cork stopper is removed, soil can be poured inside the urn, and the small tree may be planted in the ashes.After giving the boxwood tree some time to grow, the urn can then be planted outside, where the cork container can biodegrade, leaving only the ceramic ring as a marker and a living, growing tree to commemorate those who have passed on.

malformalady:

French designer Margaux Ruyant’s funeral urn entitled Poetree. Poetree is a funeral urn that evolves over time, allowing loved ones to plant a tree in the ashes, while also providing a simple, elegant monument.The Poetree is made out of a ceramic ring with the deceased’s details, plus a cork container and stopper. Relatives can place the deceased’s ashes in the urn and take it home, along with a boxwood tree sapling in a biodegradable pot. When they are ready, the cork stopper is removed, soil can be poured inside the urn, and the small tree may be planted in the ashes.After giving the boxwood tree some time to grow, the urn can then be planted outside, where the cork container can biodegrade, leaving only the ceramic ring as a marker and a living, growing tree to commemorate those who have passed on.

burgergoddess:

F**k the system.

burgergoddess:

F**k the system.