I want to pass on them or stop gaping.
Nature is beautiful, but there is nothing more magical than being under the trees as a living tunnel. Whether it formed naturally or with a little help of talented gardeners corridor of trees will enchant everyone lucky enough to walk under its green branches.
Dark hedges, Northern Ireland
© Stephen Emerson
© Christopher Tait
Mysterious tunnel from Northern Ireland as if descended from the cover of an old book. James Stewart beeches planted back in the 18th century to impress your guests at the entrance to his house Greyskhil.
Road to Halnaker, UK
© Sam Moore
This truly is a fabulous tunnel near the town Halnaker, Sussex, England. It is incredibly popular with photographers, which is not surprising.
Tunnel of cherry blossoms, Japan
© Okera Japan
Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
© Oleg Gordienko
Bamboo Trail, Japan
© Yuya Horikawa
Bamboo grove near the city of Kyoto in Japan - a place full of peace and mystery. It leads through picturesque track length of 300 meters, fenced off by a fence from the stems of trees.
Old Grove, The Netherlands
© Lars van de Goor
Purple Tunnel, South Africa
If you love the color purple - this tunnel for you! In Johannesburg, is man-made forest of more than 10 million trees. Tropical trees, including 49 species of Jacaranda. In October, when they bloom, the ground is covered with blue and violet petals.
Autumn Landscape, Poland
© pawel uchorczak
Wisteria flowers, Japan
Strolling through this tunnel of wisteria can feel like a royal person. Wisteria flowers hanging in clusters like grapes, begin to bloom as soon wither cherries. Every spring festival celebrating Japanese wisteria in Tokyo.
Tunnel of broom, UK
© Tony Shertila
In English manor located Arch Bodnant Laburnum. Maybe one day she was just an archway, now it's a real tunnel length of 55 meters, entirely covered with blooming "gold" earrings.
Park "Francisco Alvarado", Costa Rica
© Vytautas Šėrys
In Costa Rica, is figured Francisco Alvarado Park, named named Filipino writer. Its creator - landscaper evangelist Brenes - famous for having created a tunnel using only clippers.
Cypress tunnel, USA
© Michael Brandt
Station in Jinhae, South Korea
© Aaron Choi
Street in Bonn, Germany
© Adas Meliauskas
This street in Bonn only two weeks a year turns into one of the most romantic alleys of the cherry blossoms. It's pretty busy traffic, but the photographer managed to catch the very moment when there was no one around.
Street in the city of Porto Alegre, Brazil
© Stephen Messenger
In the Brazilian city of Porto Alegre is a street that is worthy of the title of one of the most beautiful avenue in the world. High series tipuan spreading on both sides of roads create green vaulted corridor, which is similar to the mythical forest.
Ginkgo Trees, Japan
Gingko Biloba trees - one of the most revered in Japan. Some of these trees have suffered atomic bombings in Hiroshima. They are called the "symbol of hope" or "living fossils".