Taken along the Avenue of the Giants in Humboldt County, CA
This Giant fell during a wind storm. As you see the roots are shallow for a tree that is hundreds of feet tall
To give you an idea of the size of these trees consider that the road is wide enough for 2 cars to pass ant the tree here is as wide as the road.
Coast Redwood trees in California, USA, July 1998
Foliage of Coast Redwood in California, USA, July 1998
Trunks of Coast Redwood trees in California, USA, July 1998
Growing happily in zone 10, Santa Barbara, California
Located at the Golden State Bonsai Collection - North, Oakland, CA
Known as the "car" tree. The park center showed a picture with a car parked inside.
Certain rings are labeled with corresponding ages. Many of the trees in the redwood park go back a long, long time.
Yeah, I GUESS it's big...
The Redwood Highway. The road was built around ancient coastal redwoods. The size of these trees are amazing! One of the best drives in the world. Northwestern California
Taken at Volunteer Park in Seattle, WA
From tree in Volunteer Park, Seattle. You can eat the young tips; they have a strong lemon flavor. Really quite tasty!
From tree in Volunteer Park, Seattle, WA.
VanDusen Botanical Gardens - Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Second-growth trees, age unknown - Limekiln State Park, Monterey County, California
Base of the trunk. El Monte, California, March 2008.
A closer look to the leaves. El Monte, South California, March 2008.
Recovering - nine months after a wildfire
Photo taken January 2009 @ Oregon State Capitol grounds
Hamurana Springs reserve in Rotorua, New Zealand
Up into the crowns
Muir Woods National Monument just north of San Francisco - scientists' estimates have these trees in the 1,200 to 1,500 year old range
Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com/