If you haven’t seen enough giant sequoia trees in my last few posts, I will share a few more photos I took in the Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest.
These trees are called the Three Graces. They stand across and just down the way from the Giant Forest Museum.
This tree grows near the path to the General Sherman tree. The large black area on the tree is a fire scar. The fire that left the scar may have happened hundreds or more than a thousand years ago.
This is a fallen giant sequoia tree through which a passage has been cut away. I walked through without having to stoop.
I like the bumpy texture of this tree’s bark.