The Boab Tree - Kimberley, Western Australia CLICK THE PIC and Learn how you can EARN MONEY while still having fun on Pinterest

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Baob tree in the Kimberley, in the north of W.A.

Baob tree in the Kimberley, in the north of W.A.

Baob tree in the Kimberley, in the north of W.A.

Baob tree in the Kimberley, in the north of W.A.

His majesty, the Boabab Tree; Also called Boab trees, they sit like ancient prehistoric monoliths amidst a landscape reminiscent of another planet. Their huge bulging trunks, spidery branches and large nuts set them apart from anything else growing in Australia. They only occur in the Kimberley and Victoria River area of the Northern Territory ~ By Garry - www.visionandimagination.com This photo was taken on March 7, 2012.

His majesty, the Boabab Tree; Also called Boab trees, they sit like ancient prehistoric monoliths amidst a landscape reminiscent of another planet. Their huge bulging trunks, spidery branches and large nuts set them apart from anything else growing in Australia. They only occur in the Kimberley and Victoria River area of the Northern Territory ~ By Garry - www.visionandimagination.com This photo was taken on March 7, 2012.

Boab trees silhouetted in the sunset ~ Kimberlies, West Australia from RM Williams magazine

Boab trees silhouetted in the sunset ~ Kimberlies, West Australia from RM Williams magazine

The Boab, easily recognized by the swollen base of its trunk, is commonly found in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, and also in the Northern Territory. This particular Boab stood out against the flat land behind it, and I knew it had to be photographed. I first arrived at this scene in the middle…

The Boab, easily recognized by the swollen base of its trunk, is commonly found in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, and also in the Northern Territory. This particular Boab stood out against the flat land behind it, and I knew it had to be photographed. I first arrived at this scene in the middle…

They're conspicuous and extremely old. They have bulbous bottoms and web-like tops. They've been used as landmarks, impromptu prison cells, and even a nice salad. Somehow they also made it all the way from Africa to Australia: Presenting the incredible (edible) boab.

They're conspicuous and extremely old. They have bulbous bottoms and web-like tops. They've been used as landmarks, impromptu prison cells, and even a nice salad. Somehow they also made it all the way from Africa to Australia: Presenting the incredible (edible) boab.

"Farewell to the Day" © Mieke Boynton. The Dinner Camp Tree (boab tree) at sunset in Derby, Western Australia. www.miekeboynton.com

"Farewell to the Day" © Mieke Boynton. The Dinner Camp Tree (boab tree) at sunset in Derby, Western Australia. www.miekeboynton.com

Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of the boab tree. With its bulbous trunk and spider web-like branches, boab trees are a dark an otherworldly sight. Also called bottle trees, Aussies simply refer to them as “boabs” and you’ll see a lot of these gnarled beasts Down Under. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of the boab tree. With its bulbous trunk and spider web-like branches, boab trees are a dark an otherworldly sight. Also called bottle trees, Aussies simply refer to them as “boabs” and you’ll see a lot of these gnarled beasts Down Under. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

Kimberley Boab Oil Painting and Print

Kimberley Boab...Diggers Rest in remote WA

Kimberley Boab Oil Painting and Print


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Baobab in the Kimberleys after rain, by Faye Coughlan, WA

Baobab in the Kimberleys after rain, by Faye Coughlan, WA

Boab trees down Valentines Rd, Kununurra - Kimberley, Western Australia

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