Beth Moon, who is a photographer based out of San Fransisco, has been looking for the worlds oldest tree for the last 14 years. Because of her interest in these trees, she’s been able to travel the world looking for the oldest tree in even the most remote of locations. She wrote, “Standing as the earth’s largest and oldest living monuments, I believe these symbolic tress will take on a greater significance, especially at a time when our focus is directed at finding better ways to live with the environment.” Luckily for us, Beth Moon is releasing a book called, “Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time” and we have a sneak peek!
I wish that the locations of these places were listed because I would absolutely love to visit them and take pictures of my own. Although I know for a fact my pictures would not turn out as well as these. These pictures definitely showcase how important the world is, and the impression we can have on all living things around us after we are gone. It’s important to take care of the world we are a part of, so future generations can be as lucky as we are, surrounded by pure beauty.