Top 10 Enchanting Tree Tunnels

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Unless you’re dendrophobic – in which case it would possibly be the worst sight on Earth seeing as Ents luckily don’t exist – there’s something eerily romantic and comforting about streets and paths lined with trees, especially when their branches grow to the point where they arch over the road itself and meet in the middle to form a natural tunnel. Of course there a thousands of these green passageways around the planet so this is obviously a small selection, but I thought I’d share a few examples of one of nature’s many visual treats.

Aberglasney, Wales

Above: Aberglasney, Wales – Image Credit: Kev Bailey

Taiwan trees

Above: Taiwan – Image Credit: Matthew Fang

Kanagawa, Japan

Above: Kanagawa, Japan – Image Credit: wilmack

California trees

Above: California, USA – Image Credit: travisimo

Burgos, Spain

Above: Burgos, Spain – Image Credit: sanguedolces

Hawaii Trees

Above: Hawaii – Image Credit: Hapuu

Florida trees

Above: Florida, USA – Image Credit: taurusami

Adelaide, Australia

Bove: Adelaide, Australia – Image Credit: Gr8 Cashman

Missouri, USA

Above: Missouri, USA – Image Credit: Little Laddie

Vila Real, Portugal

Above: Vila Real, Portugal – Image Credit: lanier67

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