Zoltán Gergely Nagy - Lonely beech


A storm approaches the volcanic plateau of the Harghita Mountains. As a testimony to the fact that the plateau has been a grassland for at least a few hundred years, this beech tree grew outwards instead of upwards, and produced this great round canopy, typical for trees that never have to compete for light in a forest environment.

Location: Transylvania, Romania

Tags: beech, fagus sylvatica, Harghita Mountains, Romania, sunset, Transylvania, Zoltan Gergely Nagy

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