From Florida to Maine, rare photo opportunities can be found among forests with tree stands dating back to the 18th century and earlier
By George Wuerthner
Published August 1, 2007
Updated July 1, 2016
There are few of us who have stood among the ancient colossal old trees of the West without a feeling of awe and reverence. If you have ever visited the enormous redwood forests of California’s coast, or perhaps seen the giant Douglas fir and Sitka spruce found in Washington’s Olympic National Park, you have some sense of the quietude and feelings of serenity that permeate these forests.
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