I am really partial to the first one, the clean composition portrays a strong sense of loneliness.
Since you want to see trees, here are a few of mine:
There is a spot along the main road through Everglades National Park where they cypress trees end and the mangroves begin. This is that spot.
This dwarf cypress is a little over three feet tall. I was amazed to find out that this tree and other dwarf cypress like it are incredibly old - some as much as 200 years old.
A cypress dome I stumbled upon while walking an obscure trail in the Everglades.
A lone mangrove tree leading the pack into Biscayne Bay.
Another lone mangrove tree at the mouth of the Rogers River, which winds through the Everglades and spills out into the Gulf of Mexico.