Have you ever heard of the tree nicknamed “The President”? I hadn’t, but I’m glad I ran across this article on Distractify about it.
“The President” is a giant sequoia located in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park in the United States, east of Visalia, California. It stands 247 feet tall and measures around 45,000 cubic feet in volume. It is estimated that “The President” is roughly 3200 years old.
You can learn more about the tree and giant sequoias here.
The page is easy to navigate. All you have to do is scroll down through the images of this amazing tree. You’ll see awesome pictures (as in awe-inspiring), and get details about the project of photographing the tree in order to splice the photos together to capture the tree in its entirety.
It’s just absolutely breathtaking!
After all the photos you can watch a short video (under 2 minutes) about the process of photographing it. You’ll also discover more facts about the tree and why they think it’s the largest, if not the tallest tree, tree in the world.
Go check it out for yourself today!