Tenacious Nature: Discover the Trees That Simply Won’t Give Up

Trees, existing for 370 million years, showcase their remarkable survival in these captivating images. Growing in extreme conditions like gale-force winds, rocky platforms, and concrete tunnels, they defy all odds. With 3 trillion adult trees covering 30% of Earth’s land, their resilience ensures our very existence, as they produce the oxygen we breathe.

Here are 31 unbelievable photos of trees that refuse to die.

1. Tree Of Life – Olympic National Park, Washington


2. A Resilient Tree Whose Root Has Grown Following The Gap Of The Pavement


3. Nature FTW

@Paul Speight

4. This Palm Tree Fell Over And Curved Right Back Up


5. A Place Of Enchantment

@Ireena Nieuwenhuis-Worth

6. This Tree Still Has Its Leaves Because Of The Light Shining On It


7.  This Tree That Refuses To Die


8. Life Finds A Way

@Paul Chesley

9. Tree Roots Extend Across A Gap To The Mainland For Nutrients


10. A Tree Growing On Another Tree


11. This Tree Grew Out Of The Stump Of A Dead Tree And Then The Stump Rotted Away


12. A Tree Grows From Third Floor Window


13.  Life Finds A Way

@Phill Monson

14. This Tree Is Growing Out Of Another Tree


15. One Tree On My Street Refused To Accept Winter


16. The Old Piano Tree


17. Life,Uh… Finds A Way


18. This Tree Is Tenacious


19. This Tree Growing Through A Fence


20. HK Forbes Street Kennedy Town Stone Wall Trees


21. A Little Tree On The Sidewalk


22. 20+ Year Old Tree Growing Out The Top Of A Silo


23. The Way This Tree Ate This Bench


24. The Famed “Bicycle Eaten By A Tree” Tucked In The Woods Right Off The Vashon Highway On Vashon Island, Washington

@Ethan Welty

25. There’s A Little Tree Growing On This Telephone Pole


26. A Tree Is Growing On The Side Of This Building


27. This Tree Grew Through A Rock


28. Tree Growing On A Roof In Panama City


29. Tree Growing Out Of Gutters On A Roof My Buddy Went To Fix


30. This Building Has A Tree Growing Out Of It


31. Fallen Tree Refuses To Die And Spouts Three New Trees

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