Arbori is a collection of photographs taken to highlight the diversity of form, character, and growth habit within single species of trees. Differences in age, climate, management, season, and environment make each tree distinctive. This site documents that variation.
Images are organized by common and species name, and in cases where an individual species collection is less complete, by genus. Most photos were taken in the Mid-Atlantic and New-England regions of the United States. This collection will continue to grow as I add and photograph new trees.
I began this collection while studying landscape architecture and urban planning at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. I received support for this project from Harvard GSD's Penny White Scholarship. All images are licensed under the creative commons attribution non-commercial license. I also welcome corrections and comments, please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to the Harvard Graduate School of Design Penny White Scholarship for support and funding of the project, and Neil Freeman for web development.