Sunday, July 3, 2016


The Redwoods in the BIG BASIN REDWOODS STATE PARK are the tallest and oldest trees on earth.  But the Muir Woods Redwoods are just as lovely and amazing  with some being 1,000 years old.   
Because Muir Woods is located in a canyon, these redwoods have never been logged.  Though scars from fire are seen on the bark of many of these majestic trees. 
Redwood Creek runs through the middle of Muir Woods making the forest floor lush with ferns, mosses and undergrowth!

Find the people in this photo.
Usually, I try NOT to photograph people
in my nature pictures.
But this is the only way to show the size of these enormous, beautiful trees! 

"This is the best tree-lover's monument that could possibly be found in all the forests of the world." 
-John Muir


eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love these gorgeous tall trees. Muir Woods is a beautiful place to visit. Lovely series of photos. Happy 4th of July. Enjoy your day and new week ahead!

thecrazysheeplady said...

On my bucket list for sure! Great shots!

Mereknits said...

I think Muir Woods is my favorite place on earth, love it there.

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Caffeine Girl said...

My best friend lives in the East Bay so I have been there many times. Thanks for reminding me of those amazing redwoods. Your pics are great!

BeachGypsy said...

Oh my!! amazing trees!!!!