It is rare to encounter a beautiful tree that bears over 40 different types of stone fruits. Professor Sam Van Aken from Syracuse University has used an ancient technique called “chip grafting” to achieve this wonder of nature.
Iceland is defined by its beautiful landscape of waterfalls, geysers, caves, glaciers and mountains. It is the perfect place for those with a sense of adventure and those who are in search of breathtaking cinematic landscapes.
Photographer Beth Moon traveled the world for 14 years on a quest to capture the largest, rarest and oldest trees on Earth. This remarkable collection of mesmerizing photos is the result of her journey.