I’ve Seen More than 3,000 Years

What have these ancient ones borne witness to?

Methuselah is 4,841 years old. California Bristlecone pine
Olive of Vouves, Crete, is at least 2,500 years old


Sarv-e Abarqu is a cypress tree in Iran thought to be more than 4,000 years old. Likely the oldest living think in Asia

see more at Mother Earth Network:  The World’s 10 Oldest Living Trees



2 thoughts on “I’ve Seen More than 3,000 Years

  1. Wonderful. All those centuries and civilizations make a critter gnarly!


  2. Gnarly but beautiful! Extraordinary. So much better than the fate of the Giving Tree (Shel Silverstein!)….

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