Photographs that will amaze you with artistry and astound you with originality.
With a firsthand knowledge of humanity's dark side, this former United Nations shooter found redemption in wildlife photography.
How this former photojournalist went from shooting the dark side of humanity to capturing the radiance of the world's wildlife.
We sent 12 of our favorite photographers to shoot some of America's most significant and endangered trees.
The Cummer Oak, one of Jacksonville Florida's oldest residents.
The Aoyama Tree is a living monument to Buddhism in Los Angeles.
The flowering cherries of New jersey's Essex County Branch Brook Park.
A century-old row of sycamores connects campus and town in Ames Iowa.
The much-loved American elms of Long Island's East Hampton.
The graceful arbored canopy of Boston's Commonwealth Avenue Mall.
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