1) The Hallerbos forest in Belgium
The Hallerbos (Dutch for Halle forest) is a forest in Belgium, covering an area of 552 ha (1,360 acres). The forest is known in the region for its bluebell carpet which covers the forest floor for a few weeks each spring, attracting many visitors.
2) A Thick grove of poplar trees in Northern Oregon
The Boardman Tree Farm is located in Morrow, county Oregon, along Interstate 84, 5 miles west of the I-82 junction. It is owned by the GreenWood Tree Farm Fund, this 25,000-acres land consist of thousands of hybrid poplar trees. The trees are tidily arranged in evenly spaced rows, and they are about the same size, same height and same thickness.
3) Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in Kyoto, Japan.
The Arashiyama Bamboo forest is one of the most beautiful sights in Kyoto. It’s one of the most photographed sights in the city. Standing amid these soaring stalks of bamboo is like being in another world.
4) Amazing winter in Quebec forest, Canada
5) The Black Forest During Night, Southwestern Germany
The Black Forest is a large forested mountain range in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwestern Germany. It is bounded by the Rhine valley to the west and south.
6) Tree Tunnel, Halnaker, England
This tree tunnel is located near the village of Halnaker, England. As for the tunnel shape, one local says it’s simply due to traffic. “With all the traffic that has passed this way over the centuries the path has sunk lower and lower, resulting in the distinctive shape you can see today”