This is another HDR image shot on the last day of my April trip to Sequoias National Park and, like yesterday’s image, this one fails to show the true scale of these trees. They are really, really huge. The base of the largest trunk here likely has a circumference of around 100 feet. While Sequoias are not the tallest trees on the planet (the California Redwood, many of which are to be found amongst the sequoias, holds this honour) they are the most massive. Walking around amongst these giants gives you a great impression of how an ant must feel wandering around your front yard!
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