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  1. Kat at |

    These are amazing! Great list!

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  2. Clive at |

    Thanks a lot for this. They all look absolutely fantastic.

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  3. Rajimus123 at |

    great list! amazing pictures, they make me wish I could go there now.

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  4. Alexandre at |

    Amazing! The Nature is more simple than the br-nuts

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  5. Eanor at |

    Outstanding. Best list so far this year!

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    1. Timeea at |

      **blush**

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  6. fdx at |

    Really cool, thanks

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  7. rea at |

    let’s give lee a big round of applause! Amazing list!

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  8. auto devis at |

    those are some amazing pictures

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  9. sahil garg at |

    wao really amazing trees i want to know about top10 bridges……

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  10. Skippa at |

    What about oak alley plantation in Louisiana?

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    1. Timeea at |

      I should have added the “Grande Dame of the Great River Road” as a bonus :) What a charming place to spend a holiday!

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  11. Willy l. at |

    Amazing….what else can I say…..

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  12. Dr Madan Mohan Pant at |

    Dear Sir,
    I have never seen such wonderful avenues in my professional life during my association with trees and forests, Nationally and Internationally since 1957 to date. I am writing a book about the importance of trees/forests/greenery in sustaining all Lives on Earth. This book is in HINDI – so that it can be read by most people in India. I wish to publish these pictures in the form of a collage. Kindly advise me as to how I can do so. The names of the photographers and the Copyright holder may kindly be given so that I can approach them. This book is purely for educational purpose; am even paying for its publication.
    I am a 78 years old lifelong Indian Forester and I am writing books for educating the masses. These photographs have a great visual appeal even to illiterate people, and hence this request. May be, this book would be my last effort to bring awareness among the people about sustenance of Greenery – the mother of all the water, food, oxygenated air, health and much more.
    So, Sir, kindly help. All your help would be gratefully acknowledged in the book.
    Thanking u for your kindness,
    Sincerely Yours,
    Dr Madan Mohan Pant, Indian Forest Service (Retired).
    191/II Vasant Vihar, Dehra Dun, 248006, INDIA

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    1. Timeea Bianca at |

      Dr. Madan M.P.,

      Thank you very much for your kind words. I do not own the pictures, but I’ll gladly put you in touch with the rightful owners of the pics. I will contact you by mail.

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    2. Josa at |

      Dear Dr Madan MP. It is so good to hear about your book. It is exactly what I am trying to do through InspiritreeS. http://www.facebook.com/inspiritrees The Earth is crying out for more trees to be planted and we all need to reconnect with them to do this. As you say, we depend on trees for our health and well-being. I wish you great success with your venture.

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  13. Linnie at |

    Hi just a comment about the Jacaranda tree tunnel, the Jacaranda city is Pretoria that is (or was) the capital of the Gauteng Province, it hasnt officially changed as far as I know, we still call it the Capital City or Mother City allthough Johannesburg (also Gauteng Province) and Capetown in the Western Cape Province is much bigger, Pretoria has always been the Capital and is still known as the Jacaranda city. Its breathtakingly beautiful in October when the Jacarandas are in full bloom, the whole city smells of Jacarandas and there are Jacaranda tree tunnels almost all over the city.

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