Take a moment, see it large. There are some details you’ll miss otherwise.
The Seven Sisters Oak is the oldest and largest certified oak tree in the world and is estimated to be around 1,200 years old. I just happen to live a few minutes away. It was first named Doby ‘s Seven Sisters by Carole Hendry Doby, who was one of seven sisters. However, the name actually originates from the fact that the tree was once thought to be seven individual trees growing in a tight cluster. Modern genetic evidence has proven otherwise, and confirmed that this gigantic beauty is indeed a single tree with seven distinct trunks of a combined girth around 40 feet and a 130 foot wide canopy…
It’s really an incredible tree.
Thirty Polaroid 600 Prints on Board, Polaroid OneStep