I have not been only to the wild nature of Swedish Lapland this summer, but also a trip to Stockholm.
There I could enjoy trees of sorts that don't grow in my home area, like all the large oaks. This looks like a dead tree, but it has still a few live branches. It's called "The oak of Karl XII" - king of Sweden 1697-1718, born in 1682. The sign by the tree tells me he played under this oak when he was a child!
The tree stands by the Karlberg Palace.