The alley of oaks at Oak Alley Plantation is one of the oldest surviving allee's of live oaks in the South. Their unique, carefully spaced arrangement and north-south alignment makes for stunning lighting effects in early morning and late afternoon when the rising and setting sun lights the trees from either side of the alley. These are possibly the most photographed live oak trees in the world. Oak Alley is visited by hundreds of thousands of people each year. Alley after rain, panoramic viewMrs. Stewart's bedroomJacque Roman's bedroomTable and window, Roman bedroomJosephine oak roots and manor houseOak alley diptych, hand-painted canvas print, edition of 10Oak roots, azalea and spring greensView down alley from west porchJacques T. and Celine Roman oaks and manor houseAzaleas and manor house, west cornerAndrew Oak silhouette, morning light Azaleas and manor house, west sideJosephine Oak, Oak Alley Plantation, vertical view Oak Alley oaks, west row view toward levee, afternoon lightInside east row, view of end of alley and levee View of house and alley, early morning lightView toward house, inside east row in fogOak and afternoon light, east corner of manor houseEast row of oaks, view toward houseView of sloping limbs, outside of west row View of alley from 2nd tree west row toward leveeEast row of oaks, early morning fog, vertical viewOak in west field, morning fogView of east row of oaks from levee in fogView from porch toward levee - hand-painted Dining room, manor houseWindow onto alley from dining roomManor house dining room, study 22nd floor hallway - Oak Alley manor house2nd floor, French doors open to alley Slave child and allee, Whitney PlantationDoor and alley in rain, Oak Alley Plantation