If you haven’t picked up the December issue of National Geographic, you might want to check it out!
Featuring a cover story on the massive Sequoia tree found in Sequoia National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada, the images blew me away. Though the Sequoia tree is not the largest in the world, it is definitely BIG and has been named “the President” for that very reason.
Measuring 27 feet in diameter at the base, the tree made the scientists hanging from it look like suspended ants.
Check out the feature here