The tree line in Switzerland lies at about 1900 m above sea level. In the parts below, trees are an important feature of the Swiss landscape.
Right about this time of the year, Switzerland is turning from a winterish snowglobe into a lush forest. Rohit Acharya has captured Geneva's winter trees in what looks like a very lively series of photographs. Can you imagine what these trees will look like in the summer?
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