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Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park
California

The Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park is a 1,880 acre grove, home to 5 of the 10 largest trees in the world.  This scene is near the beginning of the Congress Trail just a few hundred feet away from the General Sherman tree, the largest of all.

Copyright: Terry Blackburn
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