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The Eiffel Tower- The structure in Paris was hit by three bolts, just seconds apart during the summer downpour. Storms started to push northwards across the English Channel later in the day, with lightning and thunder in parts of Kent.

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theegoist: “ The knotted branches of a ‘Spider’s Web’ tree (or a strangler fig) in a park in Nanning, Guangxi, China.

Classroom entry, Kaolack, Senegal (West Africa) Architect: Patrick Dujarric Client: Mission Française de Coopération et d'Action Culturelle Completed: 1994

Entrance to the Franco-Sénégalaise Cultural Centre in Kaolack, Senegal (West Africa)

Canaima National Park, Venezula

Venezuela: Dragon Falls are part of the Angel Falls. This Venezuela waterfalls are biggest in the world with height of little above ft. Waterfalls drops from the edge of Auyantepui mountain in the Canaima National Park

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Trees can take on some interesting shapes as they grow. This cypress in the Congaree National Park once straddled the stump of another fallen tree. The stump has since rotted away to leave the cypress in an interesting position. - Photo via Leo Rose

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Seychelles explore miles of unspoiled beaches scenic trails and diverse accomodations Indian Sea Africa

Twisted by wind and weather, this tree has found balance from strong roots. Only those with limited vision would call it lop-sided. Its asymmetry is stunning in adding grace to the setting.

The vibrant color of the flowers is really nice against the paleness of the sky and the background. I love the way the tree looks old and bent but still beautiful.

11 of the most beautiful deserts in the world ➤ http://matadornetwork.com/trips/11-beautiful-deserts-world/

11 of the most beautiful deserts in the world

31 surreal images of Dead Vlei, Namibia’s picture-perfect desert

Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia.

Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia. I like the idea of using the tree roots as levels and seats. The tree would be central with the the roots around it.

Methuselah- The world’s oldest individual tree lives 10,000 feet above sea level in the Inyo National Forest, California. A staggering 4,765 years old, this primeval tree was already a century old when the first pyramid was built in Egypt.

Methuselah- The world’s oldest individual tree lives feet above sea level in the Inyo National Forest, California. A staggering years old, this primeval tree was already a century old when the first pyramid was built in Egypt. The tree is hid

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