Upside Down Trees

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Glacier Gardens in Alaskais a 50-acre forest with dozens of hemlock and spruce trees with their tops driven into the ground, and roots hanging in the air. Unlike the Baobab, the upside-down trees at Glacier Gardens are not natural but the result of landscaping by Steve and Cindy Bowhay, the owners of Glacier Garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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