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August 4, 2015

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

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When you first drive through Sequoia National Park, the sheer size of sequoia trees leaves you mesmerized, like something that will remain imprinted on your memory for ever. But nothing can really prepare you for the Giant Forest, home to half of the Earth’s largest and longest-living trees. In the photos below you can see General Sherman, the largest tree on Earth (which is actually two shots stitched together, with my 18-55mm kit lens at its widest end), and some Instagram shots – a view from Moro Rock, a burnt grove in the Giant Forest, Tunnel Tree, bear spotting near Moro Rock, other frequently seen animals of the park, and finally General Grant Tree, the World’s third largest tree, positioned in the Kings Canyon National Park.

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