Antarctic Beech Trees [Nothofagus moorei].

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    2000 thousand year old trees on the Best of All Lookout in Springbrook National Park.

    a777thunder (Thanks for your support), and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. emblatame (Ron) 38 months ago | reply

      Isn't that moss nice? I have never seen these trees at Springbrook.

    2. Florida Blume 38 months ago | reply

      very cool....what stories they could tell

    3. a777thunder (Thanks for your support) 38 months ago | reply

      They are all off the same tree, isn't that incredible, Real relics of a prior age.
      Well take Jeannie

    4. Gustavo Campot Kollhof 38 months ago | reply


      I pick this photograph to be on the cover of National Geographic
      National Geographic: Are You Good Enough?

      Fantástica!! saludos desde Carmelo

    5. CrazyNotion (wandering in SE Asia) 38 months ago | reply

      Fantastic find and well taken.

    6. Shiningtinfoilstar 38 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot, I have been meaning to go to Springbrook to see these, now I 'll really have to go, it looks fantastic
      Seen next to a fellow photo of the group "Australian Nature Photographers". (?)

    7. Talsi1 37 months ago | reply

      What neat old trees

    8. robert p.curtin 36 months ago | reply

      Nice photo of a Nothofagus species in Australia. I have visited the Nothofagus forests in New Zealand and Patagonia.

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