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by Roger Passman
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Sequoias touching the Clouds Galaxy case by Roger Passman. Protect your Galaxy S8 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your Galaxy S8 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!
At nearly 8,000 feet in Kings Canyon National Park, touching the clouds, this image of a partial sequoia grove includes the partial trunk of a mature... more
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Protect your Galaxy S8 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your Galaxy S8 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!
At nearly 8,000 feet in Kings Canyon National Park, touching the clouds, this image of a partial sequoia grove includes the partial trunk of a mature snag sequoia and several other sequoias at various stages of development. The trees seem to disappear in the haze of the clouds surrounding me. Giant sequoias can live for over 3,000 years, outlasting all of their mixed conifer forest neighbors. What is it about giant sequoias that allows them to persist through millennia? Surprisingly, a major factor in in the longevity of giant sequoias is a chemical called tannin. The tannin, present in high concentrations in sequoia bark, gives the sequoia resistance to rot, boring insects, and fire. The mid-sierra zone (5,000-8,000 ft) creates ideal conditions for giant sequoia growth. Mild winter and summer temperatures, deep winter snowpack, and a rich fire history have made it possible for the world's largest tree to get its biggest in these parks.The mid-sierra zone (5,000-8,000 ft) creates ide...
Forty-eight of my most popular images (based on views and sales) are found on the front page of my images gallery. Others love them, perhaps you will too! The second page of my images gallery displays my most recent images (unless one or more made the front page and was replaced by a more popular image.) Don't forget to look there and beyond too. _____________________________ I divide my time between Chicago in the summer and Phoenix in the winter. The first hint of cold, generally sometime in late October I flee the dreadful weather and head to Arizona. Conversely, when the temperature reaches 105 degrees for five consecutive days I run from the dreadful heat back to the humidity of the midwest. That, my friends, explains the split...
Rosemarie E Seppala
Such wonderful textures and mysticism in your work here and in others in your galleries. Well Done.
I love the ethereal quality of this image.
Marcia L Jones
Congratulation.....your wonderful work has been featured in the 1000 Views on 1 Image Group l/f/tw
I love the mood in this one and the way the trees recede into the mist. Nice tones, too.
Congratulations on your sale!!!!!
Congratulations on your feature in "Art From The Heart Group".
I just finished reading, The Wild Trees, about the first guys to find & climb the Coast Redwoods. Interesting reading. Nice grove image, Roger.
WOW! I LOVE the comp! Great editing too!