CLICK ON “Amedeean” ABOVE TO ENLARGE IT and see more of the spirit hidden within this giant banyan tree. Several banyans grow here on Amedee Island of New Caledonia in the South Pacific. They aren’t what this atoll is famous for, but have been here longer than the island’s few man-made tourist attractions.
They are of course gloriously alive, continually expanding, dropping branches which become trunks. This slow-motion wonder of intricacy, tenancity, and beauty beckon (us) tree admirers.
Many more banyan admirers joined in to make another, less intimate TreeSpirit photographer this fine June (6th, 2014) day, entitled, “Amedee Islanders.”
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