May 2016 Western Trip - Part 8
We couldn't see the forest for the trees because the trees were too big :-)
We visited Sequoia National Park in California. Haven't been here since Kelly was born about 30 years ago. While we look a bit older, the trees don't look like they have aged a day. We took a lot of photos of trees, but after looking at most of them we realize it's hard to get any idea of scale without someone standing close by. It's all relative when you look at them from a distance because they are all so big that it's not until you stand next to them that you realize how really big they are! So we tried to include many photos that had people or something else normal size next to the trees to portray their majesty.
Sequoia National Park is a quiet serene place to go take reflective walks and get a sense of ourselves and the world around us. Hope you enjoy our attempt to capture these giants and for sure if you haven't been here before, be sure to put it on your bucket list.
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