Just a peek into the mighty Redwood forests of northern California.
During our recent visit it rained quite hard off and on due to the remnants of
the typhoon which hit the Pacific Northwest, but it didn't stop us from
I'd never seen these trees before - they are amazing, so large it's
really difficult to even take photos to show you their gigantic size.
Just looking up trying to see the tops 300 feet or more above was
Paula appears so small at the base of this Redwood. . . . . . .
. . . . . . and here you can perhaps get a better idea as to the
size of the tree trunk compared to a person.
We drove through two different trees - this one was magnificent.
Bob and Paula - in a tight squeeze!
Rough-skinned newt resting in the rain.
Pretty leaves growing and dropping - rain-soaked colors.
On a dry day I could imagine sitting here for quite a while, amazed by
the trees and beauty Nature shares in this forest.
via Paula's iPhone
Bob and me dwarfed by the forest of Redwood trees
as the rain came down. . . . but the sun peeped through now and
then. . . . . .it was amazing and so beautiful.