Heart of the Dragon

Photographer Beth Moon has spent 14 years shooting portraits of the world's biggest and oldest trees. Her journey has taken her to some of the most isolated places on Earth.

Avenue of the Baobabs

Avenue of the Baobabs. San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon spent the last 14 years seeking out some of the largest, rarest, and oldest trees on Earth to capture with her camera.

Sentinels Neg 2014

Sentinels of St. Edwards, Stow-on-the-Wold, England, from Remarkable Images of the World’s Oldest Trees

Bowthorpe Oak copy

Beth Moon Spent 14 Years Capturing The World’s Oldest Trees. You Wont Believe Your Eyes!

Ancient

// SF Photographer Beth Moon Spends 14 Years Capturing The World’s Beautifully Rare & Ancient Trees

A Beginning and an End, Glencoe, Scotland, the Overall Winner in this year's Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

Take a View Landscape photographer of the year 2014 – in pictures

Cumbria-based photographer Mark Littlejohn was at a café in Tynemouth when he received news that he had triumphed in the 2014 Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.

Aurora over a Glacier Lagoon  James Woodend (UK), Earth and Space: winner and overall winner  A vivid aurora over Iceland’s Vatnajökull national park. A lack of wind and current combine to create an arresting mirror effect, giving an impression of utter stillness

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 - in pictures

Royal Observatory Greenwich and BBC's Sky at Night magazine astronomy photo of the year James Woodend of the UK submitted a photo of a green aurora pictured in Iceland's Vatnajökull National Park reflected in Jökulsörlön Glacier lagoon.

Sunrise at Winnats Pass, Derbyshire,  winner of the Visit Britain 'You're invited' Award for the best image from an overseas entrant category

Take a View Landscape photographer of the year 2014 – in pictures

Sunrise at Winnats Pass, which won the Visit Britian You're invited Award for the best image from an overseas entrant category in this year's Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. Photograph: Sven Mueller/Take A View/PA

Heather in bloom, Roseberry Topping, North Yorkshire, winner of the countryside is great category

Take a View Landscape photographer of the year 2014 – in pictures

"Heather in Bloom" - North York Moors, England - John Robinson/Landscape Photographer of the Year

The last of the evening light on Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast, Dorset, winner of the youth classic view category

Take a View Landscape photographer of the year 2014 – in pictures

The last of the evening light on Durdle Door, Jurassic coast, Dorset – winner of the youth classic view category Photograph: Jake Pike/Take A View/PA

A visitor crosses Tower Bridge's new glass walkway

Tower Bridge's new glass walkway – in pictures

Tower Bridge, London The new glass floor panels along the bridge's high-level walkways weigh over 600 pounds each, and allow visitors stunning views down onto the roadway and river.

Cadet Harry Hayes salutes after planting the last poppy at the Tower of London on Armistice Day

First world war centenary marked on Armistice Day

People across Britain, parts of Europe and the Commonwealth observe two-minute silence in honour of war dead

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