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    Largest Tree in Texas a Bald Cypress Circumgerence 438' Height 96'

    Jacob's Well - a karstic spring that flows from the most extensive underwater cave in Texas, opening in the bed of Cypress Creek near Wimberley, Texas. The mouth of the spring decends thirty feet to a series of underwater chambers. It is considered one of the most dangerous underwater cave systems as it has claimed the lives of 8 scuba divers who have tried to explore it's depths.

    Me hugging the biggest tree in Texas! (Cypress tree)

    Dripping Springs (near Austin), Texas

    Reflection of cypress trees in the Frio River, Texas, USA

    that tree...

    Huge Cypress tree, Ladybird Lake in Austin, Texas

    Cypress Valley Canopy Tours; Nature and Fall Colors Gallery | Austin, Texas (sleep in the trees!)

    The Tule Tree, or El Árbol del Tule, is a Montezuma cypress tree on the grounds of a church in Santa María del Tule in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It measures more than 119 feet around but is only 116 feet high. It's believed that the tree is about 2,000 years old. Local legend holds that the tree was planted 1,400 years ago by a priest of the Aztec storm god. According to National Geographic, it is the inspiration for an annual festival in Oaxaca celebrated on the second Monday of October.


    This Giant Groom Texas Cross located along I-40 in Groom, TX is 190 feet tall, 110 feet wide, and visible up to 20 miles away. At 19 stories tall it is one of the largest crosses in the world.

    The Texas Hill Country has much to offer. Westcave Preserve is a great example of this. Just past Hamilton Pool only 27 miles from downtown Austin, this lush hidden gem turns green in the spring with ferns and cypress. The steps in this Westcave Preserve image lead up to an outlook that rests behind the 40 foot waterfall (more of a trickle on most occassions). Still, it is cool and green - a nice break on a hot Texas summer day.

    Bluebonnet Field – Ellis County, Texas. 30 Extraordinary Pictures That Will Blow Your Mind

    California's Sequoia National Park is home to some of the biggest trees on the planet. The largest measured sequoia is nearly 275 feet (84 meters) tall and more than 100 feet (30 meters) around. ROAD TRIP anyone!?!?

    Texas Hill Country

    Balmorhea, Texas has the largest spring fed pool in the U.S. Here you can swim with the fishes without risking your life.

    South Boulevard, Houston, Texas [Near the Medical Center] ~=~ One of the best places in Texas for a Completely Serene Nature Walk

    bald cypress on Lake Drummond - Great Dismal Swamp, Virginia

    The cypress trees are mesmerizing! Caddo Lake, TX/LA

    Cypress trees

    Minister's House in Crossville, Tenessee. The largest tree house in the world. I need to stay here.