Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

World’s Oldest Trees Photographed At Night… I’ve NEVER Seen Anything More Breathtaking.

For the last ten years, Beth Moon has been photographing some of the world's oldest trees, many of which are located in South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. Moon followed a guide across these treacherous terrains to find these trees, which were often located in places that were completely isolated from the outside world.

Now, Beth Moon has done it again - only this time, she did it at night.

The areas where these trees are located are completely pitch black, so when Beth went during daylight hours, she marked their presence with a series of small rocks. Then, she headed back out with her guide and a flashlight to find them at night. The resulting photos are otherworldly - or at least look like something from outer space. Moon named each of the photos according: Every tree is named after the constellation pictured in the background.

Andromeda

Aquila

Ara

Cetus

Corvus

Hydra

Izar

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