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Monday, September 29, 2014

Redwood National Park

The tall, majestic trees found in Redwood National Park can't be captured by a simple photograph.  They have to be witnessed in person as you trek along the many trails that weave throughout the park.  These are the tallest trees in the world.  
Below are a few of my favorite images I captured when I spent a few days in the Redwoods, which includes the beautiful beaches along its border. 

Redwood National Park

Tree Fungi

Tree Fungi

Trillum Falls - This hike is about a 3 mile loop trail.  

Roosevelt elk

Interesting tree burl


Beautiful creeks and rivers

Great Blue Heron

The redwood trees are the tallest trees in the world.


You might even see some art along the river!

Gorgeous beaches

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