The caption read "A boy went to away to war in 1914 and left his bike chained to this tree. He never returned, leaving the tree no choice but to grow around the bike." Thank you to the boy and his sacrifice which allowed the tree to grow.
TheBERRY: A boy went to war in 1914 and left his bike chained to a tree. He never came home and the family left the bike there as a memorial to the fallen soldier. Vashon Island, in Puget Sound, Washington State.
Citizen photographers: Design Observer This image comes from a binder containing thirty-six occupational photographs taken in Portland, Oregon and Challam Bay, Washington by the commercial photographers Arthur M. Prentiss and W. Ellison, c.
The Tree with the Largest Diameter in the World: El Arbol del Tule. Ahuehuete or Montezuma Cypress in Santa Maria del Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico. The trunk is 33 feet in diameter and has a circumference of 178 feet.