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Oak Photograph - 800 Years Old Oak Tree  by Heiko Koehrer-Wagner

800 Years Old Oak Tree is a photograph by Heiko Koehrer-Wagner which was uploaded on March 20th, 2011.

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Featured in "Nature Photography", thank you Robert!

Featured in "3 A Day Waiting Room ART", thank you Pamela!

Featured in "Beauty" a big thanks to James!

What a wonderful tree that you have captured! Thank you for the description detail! f/l

What a beautiful tree! I would love to see it in person someday. Can you please tell me exactly where it's located? Thank you for such an amazing picture!

Hi Jeanie Lou, thanks a lot for your kind comment. This tree is located in Ivenack, a municipality in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Joseph, we love old trees too. Thank you for commenting!

I love old trees, the ones with the branches dipping on the ground, & sprawling in size.

amazing!!! V>F

Many thanks, Alana!

Hi, thanks. Yes it is one of the oldest oak trees in whole europe, and very healthy.

Holy Mother of ... 800 years old this tree saw a lot in its lifetime, i wonder if it will keep on growing for another 800?

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