A few years back, an Argentinian man lost his wife and saw it fit to honor her memory in a rather unconventional way. Thus, he decided to plant several trees and make them grow into a guitar-shaped forest.
report that the man's wife, Graciela, was very fond of nature and often spoke about beginning work on such a project. However, she passed away before getting a chance to see her dream become reality.
Pedro Ureta was so committed to his wife that he went through the trouble of making sure this green area mimics the aspect of a guitar in all possible ways.
More precisely, blue eucalyptus trees were used to replicate the strings found on this musical instrument, and cypress trees were planted to accentuate the outline.
Naturally, this guitar-shaped forest is all the more impressive when seen from above, as shown in the picture.