Another one of those instances of dumb luck making all the difference in the world. I only had one or two days in Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, in California's Sierra Nevada mountain range. I was there in mid-April, and anticipated spring conditions. Although the unexpected snow made it cold, and made camping that much less comfortable, it was a blessing, overall, since my photos certainly wouldn't have turned out as well if there had been blue skies and green grass. The tree in this photo is the General Grant Tree, in King's Canyon National Park, and it is the second largest tree in the world. It has a diameter of just under 30 feet at its base, and it stretches 267 feet into the air. It's pretty big.
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