Sundown in Sequoia National Park

General Sherman

General Sherman is the largest living organism, by volume, on the planet. It is a giant sequoia tree in Sequoia National Park in California.

It is 2200 years old, weighs over 2.7 million pounds, has a diameter of just over 36 feet, a circumfrerence of 103 feet at the base, and is 275 feet tall.

Native to California, the giant sequoia occupies a 260-mile stretch of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, primarily between 5,000 and 7,000 feet in elevation.

Sunflower at Dusk

Bright Pink Redbud

Join Becky for April Squares Challenge: Bright Squares. Her only rules: the image must have 4 equal sides and reflect the theme of bright. Becky’s square challenges happen in January, April, July, and October with a new theme.

Join Becky for April Squares Challenge: Bright Squares. Her only rules: the image must have 4 equal sides and reflect the theme of bright. Becky’s square challenges happen in January, April, July, and October with a new theme.

A Brighter Day: Cotton Candy Sky

Join Becky for April Squares Challenge: Bright Squares. Her only rules: the image must have 4 equal sides and reflect the theme of bright. Becky’s square challenges happen in January, April, July, and October with a new theme.

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