25 Impressive Examples Of Tree Photography

Trees are popular subjects for landscape photographers, and great scenery for wedding, portrait, wildlife and fashion photography. Whether you realize it or not, they are a huge part of photography. In this post we feature some truly beautiful and impressive tree images from talented artists and photographers worldwide for your inspiration. All images are linked to their sources, which you are encouraged to visit. Other work of the photographers we have featured here is certainly worth discovering as well.

silent lucidity by Dene’ Miles

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Listen to Wisdom by Ben Heine

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The One Cherry Tree by jasohill

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Everyones Tree by Garry

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Same Tree Different Day by Loren Zemlicka

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Roots by Zú Sánchez. De enhorabuena!!!

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An Old Boat And a House by DolliaSH

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Morning light by Riccardo Brig Casarico

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Autumnal glow by garykingphotography.com

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Friends will be friends by areyarey

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Serenity by Spice ♥ Darling

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You may say I’m a dreamer by .GiL.

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Nature by Tiquetonne2067

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Greenscape by Martyn Starkey

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Lone pine by giuseppedr

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Crashed by Oer-Wout

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cold outside by augenweide

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LifeForms: La Résistance by Cwithe

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lonely tree by Gregor Halbwedl

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Winter Morning Hide & Seek by Pdiddy3g

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Treeclipse by cwwphotos

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Spring Field by Giuliano Mangani

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Alberta by Dwayne Holmwood

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Bamboo Forest by Kyle Merriman

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Wind River Roadless Area by ack Dykinga

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