What is the most photographed tree in the world?

Answer 1:
General Sherman, the largest known living single stem tree on Earth, in Sequoia National Park, California


google image search results for photos of "General Sherman tree" yields 1.7 million results
flickr search for the same: 4732 photographs uploaded

Answer 2:
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, well its not exactly the same tree every year. But all the same

google image search results for photos of "Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree" yields 423K  results
flickr search for the same: 7529 photographs uploaded

3 Replies to “What is the most photographed tree in the world?”

  1. In the red wood forests on the West coast of North America there are lots of drive through trees that millions of tourists have taken their picture with:

    Highlights of Underwood Park, home of the Chandelier Drive-Thru Tree.

    Or the Tour Thru Tree in Klamath, California exploredelnorte.com

  2. Given the combined exposure to tourists, professional photographers, and television coverage since 17-Mile Drive opened in 1881, it has to be the Lone Cypress in Pebble Beach, California.

    http://bit.ly/bw1OIV (Google Image search)

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