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A Thousand Years

Posted by
Scott F. Schilling (San Martin, United States) on 26 April 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

When you stand underneath these giants you feel quite small - This tree likely sprouted a thousand years ago and has the potential to live another thousand years. It is approaching 300' in height. The age of these trees is a bit staggering to me.

Mariana from waterloo, Canada

I feel very small even looking at your photo ! Gorgeous !

26 Apr 2009 5:09am

"Marie" :-) from perth, Australia

Hi Scott I love seeing trees from this angle, the do make you feel small, this tree is beautifull shown, love the bark on the tree and the magnitude of it is amazing.

26 Apr 2009 5:41am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

I was waiting for this angle from you after yesterday's picture Scott! Wonderfully framed with all the elements one can expect and more:)

26 Apr 2009 5:54am

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

These trees are really impressive, I would like to walk there.
Good angle and good treatment.

26 Apr 2009 6:59am

Hidalgo from Herunen, Finland

Great angle. It is so majestic and human being so small.

26 Apr 2009 7:50am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

A gigant! Amazing.

26 Apr 2009 8:43am

Veronelle from Lens, France

giant perspective, fantastik tree

26 Apr 2009 9:30am

zOOm from Paris, France

A thousand years and still a powerful strength ! Really fascinating. Much a lot of stories to tell... but why can't they talk ? Great angle Scott ! It looks really, really huge !

26 Apr 2009 9:36am

P J W Miller from Chase Terrace, United Kingdom

Great angle and processing on this Big Red

26 Apr 2009 10:40am

Judy from Brooksville, Florida, United States

I hope you were leaning against that ancient trunk so you didn't fall backwards in the process of shooting upward.
Just look at the detail in those trunks, and of course the green canopy overhead. SUPER SHOT!

26 Apr 2009 12:07pm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A wonderful and humbling perspective on these wonderful giants! ;-)

26 Apr 2009 12:30pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Terrific perspective. Marvelous detail.

26 Apr 2009 12:45pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

I have not been to the Redwoods in years now, but this image conjures up so many memories of the first time of seeing these amazing trees. Five stars from me, a stellar composition and representation!

26 Apr 2009 1:21pm

Eleftheria from Athens, Greece

wow!

26 Apr 2009 1:27pm

observing from North West, United Kingdom

Great angle Scott, and it's a beautiful image. How about climbing to the top to give us a wider view....?

26 Apr 2009 1:51pm

Veronica from Bucharest, Romania

great perspective, this forest in huge, great style

26 Apr 2009 2:20pm

xavier cardell from menorca-barcelona, Spain

What an excellent capture. Great texture, and very well composed. Terrific. Well done

26 Apr 2009 2:29pm

MontereyJohn from Salinas, California, United States

Reminds me of a fallen redwood I saw up in Humboldt County, it had sprouted about the time of Christ. Hard to imagine.

Lovely image. Hard to capture these things, isn't it? :)

26 Apr 2009 5:11pm

Jen from St. George, United States

This is a great shot that does this majesty justice! The composition is just perfect and I love the light that highlights the textures on the tree! Beautiful!

26 Apr 2009 5:23pm

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Love the texture on this tree. Great shot.

26 Apr 2009 6:42pm

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Great shot nice treatment

26 Apr 2009 8:15pm

DaveB from Exeter, United Kingdom

S o I guess a shot from the top is outa the question? :) Great perspective, they sure live up to their name!

26 Apr 2009 8:36pm

jeff (aka dogilicious) from Millerstown, PA, United States

Lovely perspective. Well done.

27 Apr 2009 1:20am

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

Fabulous perspective! Love the detail and lighting! Well done

27 Apr 2009 4:24am

ManuelaR from Hainburg (Frankfurt/Main), Germany

I am so jealous! I have been trying for the longest time to take such a perspective with no luck. Excellent!

27 Apr 2009 7:58am

ZoomLNZ from Los Angeles Area, United States

Excellent POV. You've really communicated the size of these great trees.

27 Apr 2009 2:17pm

Photosanity from Folsom, United States

Wonderful perspective - well captured.

1 May 2009 4:30am