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Muir Grove, Sequoia National Park, California USA
California
Giant Sequoias are awe inspiring. They are so unbelievably large that the mind cannot grasp their immensity. The longest human life is but a blink of the eye in the time these trees have been growing. Fortunately, we have Sequoia National Park where a few of this giants were protected from timber harvesting.
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Uppladdad: 08/08/2011
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Tags: sequoias; california; national park; john muir; muir; trees; big trees; grove
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