Wise Trees - by Cook & Jenshel / by Charlie Noton

Not only have the photographers captured some of the most significant trees on the planet, they have created some breathtaking images. We can’t wait to get our hands on a copy!
— Charlie Noton - Director, Tree Research

Diane Cook and Len Jenshel, two of America’s foremost landscape photographers, spent more than three years travelling across five continents to photograph some of the world’s most historic and inspirational trees. This stunning photography book, Wise Trees, both reflects and inspires awareness of the enduring role that trees play in nurturing and sheltering humanity.

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Each tree was selected to inspire awareness of the enduring role trees play in nurturing and sheltering humanity. From Isaac Newton’s apple tree in England that inspired the laws of gravity, to the Bodhi Tree, the sacred fig in India that is a direct descendent of the tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment, Cook and Jenshel reveal trees that have impacted and shaped many cultures and countless lives. 

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Source: http://cookjenshel.com/books/