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    Beaverton, Oregon, USA

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  1. First time I've ever photographed this huge redwood. Man for scale, left side.
  2. Headed back this afternoon for some extra redwood hiking. Hope there's a few clouds lingering. If Mr. or Mrs. Owl is there, that would be nice to see again.
  3. Forgot if I shared the Yogi the bear redwood before !!
  4. For any of you who make it to the old growth redwoods, especially in summer, consider wading into one of the slow moving summer creeks for a portrait.
  5. Man from Germany, enjoying some time around Redwood National Park.
  6. From a 100% rain forecast day. Exploring the redwoods, and new friendships. His daughter and roommate also joined us for a day of bushwhacking and hiking combined.
  7. This is actually a Sitka spruce from up the coast in Oregon, but these also grow in the coast redwoods. This one is named Falcon's Tower.
  8. One more from Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
  9. I just ordered a photo book for her last week, with portraits of all sorts from the last few years. Thought it might make a nice keepsake, but in print.
  10. A wooden monolith clothed in lichen ...
  11. An older photo from 2011 in a valley of lost groves at Prairie Creek park by the hamlet of Orick ... Zoomed 100%, image looks sharper
  12. Chris, a discoverer / co-discoverer of many tallest known trees, facing the general direction of a 300 ft. spruce.
  13. Walk down memory lane in a redwood grove, following a ceremony at a nearby private ranch.
  14. Last week, wandering up from the highway a few minutes into a hillside grove.


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