Pacific Rim National Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Madrone in moonlight, Bainbridge Island, Washington
Called "arbutus" in British Columbia and "madrone" in Washington, Oregon and California, these trees have reddish bark and smooth wood where the bark has fallen away. I think they have a striking architectural quality. Unfortunately, many are dying due to disease. This one at Blakely Harbor died a few years after this photo was taken. It still stands but has lost all its formerly glorious color.
Hazard Mountains, Tasmania
I love walking among eucalyptus; they perfume the air and provide this kind of interesting architectural form. Sometimes their oils form a light mist in the air. These are growing on a ridge overlooking beautiful Wineglass Bay.