Extraordinary full-length shot of one of the largest trees on Earth
Meet the 'President', a giant tree in Nevada’s Sequoia National Park which is 3,200 years old, has 2 billion leaves and stands 247 feet (74 metres) high. The portrait of the giant tree, taken by the National Geographic, is actually a mosaic, made up of 126 photographs in order to capture the stunning full-length shot.
Biggest, Tallest Tree Photo Ever
National Geographic sent renowned photographer Michael Nichols to spend a year in California's redwood forest. His mission was to do capture the majesty of Earth's tallest trees. He devised a way to do it, involving three cameras, a team of scient...
The Redwoods, California, Nature's most sentient tree grows for hundreds of years and never harms a soul. Provides living places for dozens of species and makes the best wooden furniture and shelves from naturally downed trees.
Best of the Redwood Coast Map
25 Great Things to See and Do in Humboldt County, home of the world's tallest trees in Redwood National Park and along the Avenue of the Giants.
Sorrel Paths by TreeClimber on DeviantArt
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