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A baobab (Adansonia digitata) reaches for the Milky Way, Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe<br />
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There are nine species of baobab tree, the strangely shaped elephantine plant that grows in lowland southern Africa and Australia and has earned the nickname “upside-down tree,” since it looks like its roots, which are really stubby branches, extend not into the ground but into the air. <br />
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Canon EOS 5DS R, Zeiss Distagon T* 2.8/15 ZE lens, f/2.8 for 15 seconds, ISO 5000

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A baobab (Adansonia digitata) reaches for the Milky Way, Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

There are nine species of baobab tree, the strangely shaped elephantine plant that grows in lowland southern Africa and Australia and has earned the nickname “upside-down tree,” since it looks like its roots, which are really stubby branches, extend not into the ground but into the air.

Canon EOS 5DS R, Zeiss Distagon T* 2.8/15 ZE lens, f/2.8 for 15 seconds,...
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