Dappled sunlight falls sparingly between the red towering giants and gallantly tries to warm the frozen ground. The fallen snow still lies thick in a glistening white coat to show us the season of winter is here. Fresh crisp air greets us as we step outside our little wood cabin and rub our hands together for warmth.
With girths like no other tree on the planet the mighty Sequoias dominate the little forest village proudly rooted in the deep rich soil of the North America. Arguably the largest living organism on Earth their towering height stretches endlessly to the heavens in rough red bark and small conifer branches of pine needles. An awe inspiring sight to stand beneath on this fresh bright day.