Remnants of Fallen Giants
Along Davison road in the National Redwood Forest, lies a rugged, mountainous primordial redwood forest where little light reaches the forest floor. Ferns cover the ground and remnants of trees fallen over the millennium grow ivy and mushrooms as they slowly decay back into the soil. I find this place magical and it gave me real peace filling all senses. We took images in the morning hours with light beams hitting the rising mist from the forest floor. We felt as though we should see specks of light as fairies flitted about. Purchase images here: Remnants of Fallen Giants
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