Trees are a popular photographic subject for various photographers as close-up they can be used as textures while in wide shots they add interest to landscapes.
As trees don't just fit into one photographic category various focal lengths can be used to capture them. Wide-angles, short telephotos and macro lenses all have a place in your camera bag next to your DSLR. You should also pack a tripod and a polarising filter is handy for boosting colour.
If you're looking for more tree photography tips, take a look at this article. For shooting inspiration, take a look at these ten top examples of tree photography that have received Highly Commended awards in the ePHOTOzine gallery: