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    For crazy tree roots, you can't do better than the Moreton Bay fig tree (a kind of banyan), made famous by "Jurassic Park." I saw them in person in Kauai at:

    <http://www.ntbg.org/allerton.html>

    Put in some temperate vegetation (hint: the Scottish Highlands have -great- ferns and mushrooms) to mix it up and you've got some decent starting reference!

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    Last edited by usagi yojimbo; March 9th, 2003 at 04:18 PM.
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    my contributions

    http://www.californiapictures.com/treepictures.html (There's more links to other pics down below)

    http://www.davidklinkhamer.com/gallery.htm (not suggested for modem users)

    http://www.amishphoto.com/galleryindex.htm (only 4 tree pics, but there's a lot of really nice country/amish style pics)

    http://www.tranquilityimages.com/ (big library of many nature pics)

    linkaroo

    Now this is a tree picture! :eek:

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    New Orleans is full of these grand old trees.

    http://www.louisianagardenclubs.org/...cturepage2.htm

    You might try looking for bonsai pictures as well. They are not to the right scale but they capture the essence of what we find most appealing about trees.

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    New Orleans is full of these grand old trees.

    http://www.louisianagardenclubs.org/...cturepage2.htm

    You might try looking for bonsai pictures as well. They are not to the right scale but they capture the essence of what we find most appealing about trees.

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    roots are very nice thema i have one of my please Njoy peac with you

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=37159

    few of mine

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