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This Antarctic beech has been living in Queensland, Australia, for about 12,000 years. It can reproduce clonally, sending up new shoots that are genetically identical, which helps account for its multiple trunks and longevity. “The Oldest Living Things are a striking contrast to the ever-increasing speed of the present,”  says Rachel Sussman, Photographer

This Antarctic beech has been living in Queensland, Australia, for about years. It can reproduce clonally, sending up new shoots that are genetically identical, which helps account for its multiple trunks and longevity.

Antarctic Beech Tree Lamington QLD by Mark Wassell

mstrkrftz: “ Antarctic Beech Tree - Lamington National Park, Queensland Australia by Mark Wassell ”

thats exactly how i read ! the inkheart and gallagher series that is, savorined EVERY breath

thats exactly how i read ! the inkheart and gallagher series that is, savorined EVERY breath>>> me to a tee tbh with every book I've ever read tbh

Natures door | wonder trunks | Pinterest | Nature and Doors

When I want to run away I always picture places like this to live in. Where the wild things are / Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia.

✮ A strangler fig's gnarled roots creep over part of an ancient Buddhist temple

pause 4 peace✮ A strangler fig's gnarled roots creep over part of an ancient Buddhist temple angkor wat.

✮ A strangler fig's gnarled roots creep over part of an ancient Buddhist temple

pause 4 peace✮ A strangler fig's gnarled roots creep over part of an ancient Buddhist temple angkor wat.

So want to do this in the library!

An invitation to adventure! I’d add Pumpkin House, Mrs Piggy Wiggle’s Farm, Toad Hall, etc to personalize a reading space. This would be a great decoration for a reading nook or a library.