I call this tree Yggdrasil, look it up in wikipedia.
Lived nearly 4 years of my life as a kid right behind it - to the right of this photo.
Used to climb it almost every day, looking out for boats entering or exiting the harbour. Or to look at nice girls on the beach. Or just for the heck of it!
In 2010, 41 years later, I went back and took this photo. It is very old now. But when I touched it, it felt exactly as I recalled it. And I swear it smiled and purred at me!
It's a banyan-family tree native to East Timor, they call it a "gondoeiro" over there.
I just call it "my tree"
NikonD200, Sigma EXDG24-70/2.8, raw in CaptureOne, then usual pp