During the last day of the Yosemite/Sequoias Trip we visited the General Sherman tree, the world’s most massive (but not tallest) tree, in Sequoias National Park. Earlier in the week, we had visited the General Grant tree which is also an absolute monster but the weather had been bad so I left the, not-quite-so-weathersealed IR camera in the bag. On this day, however, we had clear blue skies so it seemed a good opportunity to shoot some more infra-red images.
Although this shot doesn’t show General Sherman, it was taken in the same grove where many of the trees are unbelievably enormous. Looking back, I wish I had a few people near the bases of these sequoias to give a sense of scale. At this resolution, though, they would probably have been barely visible 🙂
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