Things That Look Like Trees That Aren’t Trees

On July 4, 2016 by Lazer Horse

“Nature abhors a vacuum,” so we’re told. Nature also abhors a mess; it likes order and patterns. It likes things to match, it likes things to be symmetrical, and it likes things to resemble trees.

What follows is a bunch of things that look like trees that aren’t actually trees. I couldn’t tell you exactly why I find this so pleasing, but I do.

Enjoy:

Bronchial Tree (Human Lungs)

Things That Look Like Trees - Bronchial Tree Lungs Colour Things That Look Like Trees - Bronchial Tree Lungs

Cracks In Ice

Things That Look Like Trees - Cracks In Ice

Inside A Chicken Lung

Things That Look Like Trees - Inside A Chicken Lung

Lightning

Things That Look Like Trees - Lightning Tree Branches

Nerves – Purkinje Fibres

Things That Look Like Trees - Nerve Purkinje Fibres Electron Microscope

More Purkinje Fibres

Things That Look Like Trees - Nerve Purkinje Fibres

Rat Neurons

Things That Look Like Trees - Rat Neuron

Retinal Arteriolar-Venular Connection

Things That Look Like Trees - Retinal arteriolar-venular connection

Rivers In Mexico’s Baja Desert

Things That Look Like Trees - Rivers Mexico Baja Desert 2 Things That Look Like Trees - Rivers Mexico Baja Desert Things That Look Like Trees - Rivers Mexico Desert

Seaweed

Things That Look Like Trees - Seaweed 2 Things That Look Like Trees - Seaweed

SlimeMould – Didymium Clavus

Things That Look Like Trees - Slime mold Didymium clavus

SlimeMould in Freshwater Breeding Tank

Things That Look Like Trees - Slime mold in freshwater breeding tank

Slime Mould

Things That Look Like Trees - Slime mold

Tawny Frogmouth

Things That Look Like Trees - Tawny Frogmouth

Leaf Skeleton – Hydrangea

Things That Look Like Trees - Vein skeleton of a Hydrangea leaf

MORE:

THINGS IN ICE YOU DON’T NORMALLY SEE IN ICE

ELECTRON MICROSCOPE IMAGES OF EVERYDAY STUFF

TREE ROOTS BEING TREE ROOTS LIKE A BOSS

ARBORSCULPTURE – TREE SHAPING

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