Forests are one of most fascinating creations of god. Why isn’t the entire earth covered by forests? Why do we have a variety of forests at the equator? Why aren’t they all similar! These questions take us back in time to explain the history of the earth. Forests as a whole is a diverse collection of millions of species – flora and fauna. It is quite astonishing how a small piece of land is densely populated with innumerable species; specific to a country, location and portion of the forest. Here we bring to you some of the most bewildering and astonishing variants of forests from around the globe.
Crooked Forests of Poland
Wisteria Flower Tunnel
This beautiful forest is adorned with numerous flowers, scented herbs and fruits for acres.
Giant Sequoia, California
This tress is just one among any giant trees in the forest of California
Amazon is the home of numerous specimens in terms of both flora and fauna. These forests are undisturbed by human urbanization and so have evolved on their own pace to adapt to this hostile and yet beautiful environment.
Redwood national Park
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda
This forest remains as one of the most thick and impenetrable forests on earth. This forest supports numerous indigenous tribes and cultures from within.
Black Forest Germany. Photographer’s paradise.
Juizhaigou Valley, China
Ta Prohm, Cambodia
These forests are also referred to as the Tomb raider forests because of the tales of treasures and an enormous collection of artefacts acquired from time to time.
Rainbow Eucalyptus, Kauai
Banff National Park