This is beautiful – makes me want to go out and hug a tree:

Nepalese people hug trees during a mass tree hugging on World Environment Day in Katmandu, Nepal, Sunday, June 5, 2011. The event organized to spread the message “Save the trees and save the earth” was also an attempt at creating a record for the maximum number of people hugging trees. The 879 people were hugging the trees for two minutes according to the organizers.

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