10 Nature-filled Arbor Day Art Pieces

Founded in 1872 by J. Sterling Morton in Nebraska City, Nebraska, Arbor Day is a holiday intended “to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.” This is the motto the Arbor Day Foundation, which was established 100 years after the holiday began by John Rosenow. Whether you live in the city, country, or in between, there’s no such thing as too many trees. After you plant a tree this Arbor Day, take a peek at these incredible photographs of trees in the great outdoors and be inspired to get outdoors more this spring.


 

1. “Sunbeams through misty trees, Oregon, United States” by Panoramic Images Collection

 

Sunbeams through misty trees, Oregon, United States


 

2. “Bright rows of blossoming pear trees line a nursery in Spring” by Stephen St. John from National Geographic

 

Bright rows of blossoming pear trees line a nursery in Spring


 

3. “California, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, Old Growth Of Redwood Trees” by Greg Vaughn

 

Bright rows of blossoming pear trees line a nursery in Spring


 

4. “Cracks and Growth Rings” by Dong Park (2011)

 

Cracks and Growth Rings


 

5. “The Gentle Season” by Ursula Abresch

 

The Gentle Season


 

6. “Hawaii, Maui, Kihei, Sunset At Kamaole One” by Ron Dahlquist

 

Hawaii, Maui, Kihei, Sunset At Kamaole One


 

7. “Aspen” by Shelley Lake

 


 

8. “Some Joshua Trees In The Joshua Tree National Park, California” by Theo Allofs

 

Some Joshua Trees In The Joshua Tree National Park, California


 

9. “City Lights Sunrise View From Rollins Pass” by James “BO” Insogna

 

City Lights Sunrise View From Rollins Pass


 

10. “Weeping Willow” by Philippe Saint-Laudy