Southern Trees IDeliya khismatova

Palm trees are commonly found throughout the entire southeast coast in the United States, as well as in numerous other tropic locations. The ones here are in Palm Beach, Florida. In Palm Beach, everything is very serene. Unlike popular tourist destination Miami, it is not a bustling city, but rather it is a lovely marina filled with green leaves and palms, as its name implies.

A coconut tree.
Since Palm Trees usually grow near the coast, these ones happened to be right on the beach. The pelicans flying overhead were eyeing the ocean for food, and they flew by every five minutes or so. They are very persistent birds and they never left their flock.
Sunset in Jacksonville, Florida.

The Cherry Blossom is a tree that is not native to the US, and was given as a gift from Japan. In the United States, they are only found in the capital, Washington, D.C. These trees usually bloom in April, and provide for a beautiful view. There's many festivities that you can attend regarding the trees, such as a half marathon. It loops around the bay area of Washington D.C. and allows for jaw-dropping scenery, like the one in the photo below.

A Cherry Blossom in front of the Washington Monument.

Savannah, Georgia is known for its beautiful scenery and trees. It's historic downtown has these big trees everywhere you go, and it's easy to forgot that you're actually in the middle of a city. If you look up, it looks like you are in the middle of a jungle. The trees, known as Live Oak, are swamped with Spanish Moss, which hangs all over it. The air is thick and sweet as it is in the south, but either way it is one of the most beautiful trees that you can find.

A Savannah tree overlooking the Riverfront.
"Life without love is like a tree without blossoms."

-Khalil Gibran

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