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May 16, 2007

Flower Garden

Flower_garden Slide Show of a Dust Storm in Lubbock, Texas on December 15, 2003. Video of a dust storm in Al Asad Iraq, April 27, 2005

Flower Garden - Click away. (Thank you, Dafna)

Forest canopy scientist Jim Spickler describes what it's like to climb the World's Tallest Tree. (YouTube)

On the other hand: Images from the National Bonsai museum

Another Neatorama feature: The 10 Most Magnificent Trees in the World

Changing of seasons gif

I am gone “fishing” for a few weeks. This post has been pre-blogged for your enjoyment

/// Fark it /// A Huge Depository of Nature’s Unusual Mysteries Here

May 16, 2007 in Nature | Permalink

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Posted by: sunny singh at Jun 23, 2007 9:55:18 AM

I've seen the video.

Spickler seems to have stretched the truth some about getting to Hyperion.

There is a view or two that is comparable. Not identical, but comparable. Keep in mind that from the top of Hyperion, you would be looking over part of Redwood National Park.

If you drive up Bald Hills road to the overlook, there is a very comparable view. In fact, a more extensive view.

Today at least, the only image of Hyperion available for public viewing is here:

http://www.mdvaden.com/grove_of_titans.shtml

More photos may become availble this year.

Posted by: M. D. Vaden of Oregon at Feb 13, 2009 4:21:24 PM