Looks very good in black & white.
Got me wondering if I was near there that month. My files show being in Prairie Creek redwoods Oct. 8th.
Definitely better before they added a deck in front.
Just came across your photo again. The tag is probably close enough. But if you wanted to get it closer, move it up and right slightly to where most people placed the Stout Grove tags where Mill Creek meets the Smith River.
I can't seem to get the link code to work right, but you may find my page (not FB) amusing too ... copy & paste ...
For certain, Del Norte Titan is not the largest anymore. New discoveries were found the past couple of years in Redwood National Park including several diameter champions, Grogan's Fault, and some other coast redwoods. The diameter record increased 3 times in just over a year. New giants for volume were also found.
Rather than post a link ... search "redwoods" & "year of discovery" for more
Hello General Sherman ... well done ©JPix
For more information, search online for "Coast Redwoods + Year of Discovery"
I don't think so.
It's funny I was looking for a random remote path and was tracking a possible route starting from down the top of the mountain into a rich area of redwoods which I still intend to explore, but this image happened to be right smack in the middle of what I was interesting in searching. The image has to be a decoy. Doesn't bother me though as I'm sure that area is bound to have many beautiful trees. I'm just a little afraid of bears and/or breaking my neck, haha.
Bonita imagen de Muir Woods. Saludos L
Did you ever see the bigger ones we found elsewhere in Redwood National and State Parks? I thought maybe, if you follow my Hyperion page, where a note was added. Hope all is well. Cheers,
Del Norte Titan is only a medium size trunk now compared to much bigger we discovered in 2014. Search "redwood" + "year of discovery" to read more about the new finds in Redwood National and State Parks