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This is a tree. We are not joking: you can see it in Wailua, Hawaii. Its rind is cracked, leaving diverse nuances in plain sight.

Christopher Martin Photography "This is a tree. The Eucalyptus deglupta is the Gobstopper of trees: Its flaky bark sheds to reveal a rainbow of colors. Believe it or not, it's the only species of eucalyptus found naturally in the northern hemisphere.

An Artist Uses Nature To Create Some Amazing Land Art

I especially like the 'glowing' tree roots, but I don't even understand how the icicle one works.

Edward Burtynsky Nickel Tailings No. 31, Sudbury, Ontario, 1996

“Nickel Tailings Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, - Edward Burtynsky’s extraordinary images of manufactured landscapes


Lavender Field, Valensole, France Lavender is not specific to France, but the potent plant makes for a whimsical scene in the already-enchanting countryside.

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Moss covered forest in Japan [699x1288]

Rainbow Eucalyptus

Colorful Bark of Rainbow Eucalyptus: Eucalyptus deglupta [Family: Myrtaceae]