This isn’t your average forest. What once was a 20th century shipwreck of the SS Ayrfield has eventually turned into a floating forest of sorts, thus showing that not even death is permanent.
Submerged and sunken forests are a haunting natural occurrence of ages-old trees whose remains are usually buried for thousands of years before being uncovered by changes in sea level and/or erosion. Here…
Home to Karst caves and medieval castles alike, Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains are truly a sight to behold. While Rhodope translates roughly as “rusty river,” there is nothing beaten down about its timeless beauty.
This is why I look forward to Autumn every year.
Planted in 1930 and found just outside Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomerania, the reason for these pine trees’ mysterious shape and the resulting crooked forest is unknown:
Some speculate it is the result of human hands, but regardless, the crooked forest of Poland is fascinating! If you enjoyed this photograph, be sure to check out the world’s most amazing trees!