Which sentence is correct? I am walking beside the trees or I am walking under the tree?

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    We need more context for this. Why do you think either question might have a mistake. Where do these sentences come from. How to you intend to use them. Please have a look at the tour and the help center to see how to ask better questions. – James K Jun 21 '18 at 23:02
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    They are both correct, they just mean two different things – wrymug Jun 21 '18 at 23:26
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    Where are you in relation to the tree(s)? – user3169 Jun 22 '18 at 0:55

enter image description here She is walking beside the trees.

enter image description here They are walking under the trees.

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