Beautiful tree tunnels
Beautiful tree tunnels: There is nothing like walking under the shade of beautiful trees in the company of someone special. And I do not exaggerate when he said beautiful trees, because they form dream tunnels so inspiring that you wish to travel there.
In particular I love driving on roads where trees form tunnels, but these photos are spectacular.
Paseo del Espolon, Burgos
Beautiful tree tunnels:It is the most central and popular landscaped walk of Burgos, a Spanish city located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. This route, created in the 18th century and settled in the 19th century, connects the Santa Maria Arch with the Teatro Principal. It is currently the new Spanish Capital of Gastronomy.
The tunnel of love in Ukraine
In Kleven, Beautiful tree tunnels:Ukraine, we find this old road. It is a place with many forests and few inhabitants. For several months the place is cold. The interesting thing is that trains pass by three times a day to deliver and collect supplies. The image describes everything, not for nothing they call the tunnel of love. Who would you travel with?
Jacaranda Tunnel in Johannesburg
Beautiful tree tunnels:The tunnel formed by trees is in South Africa. With six million trees, Johannesburg is known as the city with the world’s largest forest of man-planted trees. In this photo we see a tunnel of jacarandas, a genus of about forty species of trees, mostly originating in South America. Tunnels like this are seen in Johannesburg and Pretoria, where there are more than 70,000 jacarandas.
The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
Beautiful tree tunnels:James Stuart planted these trees (common beech [Fagus sylvatica]) to impress guests to his property, Gracehill House. Mr. Stuart built his house around 1775, and the name is a tribute to his wife, Grace Lynd. Over time the estate became a golf course, but the entrance to the estate is a road with beech trees, which has impressed all who enter the estate, as Mr. Stuart wanted. The place is known as The Dark Hedges, an icon in Ireland. Can you imagine going there at night?
Wisteria Tunnel, Japan
Do you know what Beautiful tree tunnels:glycerin are? They are climbing vines, originating in the United States and Asian countries such as China, Korea and Japan. These climbing plants are capable of climbing up to 20 meters in height and ten meters laterally. This photo corresponds to the Wisteria tunnels in Kitakyushu, on the island of Kyushu, the third largest of the archipelago, and perhaps the cradle of Japanese civilization. In Japan, interestingly, there are many other “buildings of nature” similar to the one outlined here.