Rewind: nature’s most peculiar sculptures
Written by Valentina Romano
Nature has been constantly rewarding us with incredible and breath-taking landscapes to admire – natural pool to plunge ourselves in – and remote beautiful islands to go discover.
As The Golden Scope is a big fan of Mother Nature’s work, it previously wrote about tunnels all naturally made of plants and flowers, and pools naturally carved in the rock.
So this time we found another fascinating creation by Mother Nature that definitely needs to be written about.
Wonderful, colourful, and strange trees: these are the subjects of today’s article.
From a 125-year old Rhododendron from Canada, to a Flamboyant Tree in Brazil, be ready to read and have a look at the most peculiar and beautiful trees on the planet.
The strange leafs, the thick logs and generally the wonderful shape of those trees, make them so unique that The Golden Scope can do nothing more than bow in front of something so beautiful.
Have a look at the photos and let us know what you think about those incredible plants! Any judgements on Nature’s “artwork”?
(All photos are from Google.com, and they all belong to their original owners)