MacMillan Provincial Park & Cathedral Grove, Parksville, BC.
Cathedral Grove is one of the last stands of giant first-growth Douglas-fir trees in British Columbia.
Mossy stump in the first-growth forest.Tall cedar tree catching the light.Roots of a fallen tree. Nurse log starting a whole new generation of trees. Swampy area. Fence. The Big Tree (with Al acting as scale.)Info on ‘The Big Tree’.
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Glorious post! Thank you so much for sharing these impressive beauties.
Cathedral Grove is well-named for its inspiring beauty
It must be impressive to stand among them. You do need a human in the photo to appreciate their size.
Al’s fairly tall (6’3) and the big tree absolutely dwarfs him!
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