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The Methuselah Tree is a great basin bristlecone pine that is 4,842 years old, making it the oldest living tree in the world.

The Methuselah Tree is a great basin bristlecone pine that is 4,842 years old, making it the oldest living tree in the world.

Ceiba speciosa (formerly Chorisia speciosa, silk floss tree, toborochi tree, drunken tree) - Aspire Park in Doha, Qatar. Belongs to the same family as baobab and the kapok. Native to tropical and subtropical forests of S.America. Rated among the most beautiful trees in the world due to its spectacular blooming with thousands of flowers in pink, white and purple. The tree is resistant to drought and moderate cold // photo by terp16 @ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/40891139

Ceiba speciosa (formerly Chorisia speciosa, silk floss tree, toborochi tree, drunken tree) - Aspire Park in Doha, Qatar. Belongs to the same family as baobab and the kapok. Native to tropical and subtropical forests of S.America. Rated among the most beautiful trees in the world due to its spectacular blooming with thousands of flowers in pink, white and purple. The tree is resistant to drought and moderate cold // photo by terp16 @ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/40891139

I wonder, did anyone ever sit here and daydream, read books or reminisce or think of an old love?

I wonder, did anyone ever sit here and daydream, read books or reminisce or think of an old love?