?ÇÿCarmanah Giants?ÇÖ by Mike Grandmaison

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?ÇÿCarmanah Giants?ÇÖ by Mike Grandmaison Carmanah-Walbran Provincial Park, British Columbia. Canada Carmanah-Walbran Provincial Park is one of the most remarkable wild places on Vancouver Island. The park protects extensive tracts of coastal rain forest containing ancient, old growth trees including western red cedar (some of which have been estimated to be well over 1,000 years old.), coast Douglas fir, western hemlock and Sitka spruce including Canada's tallest tree, a Sitka spruce named the Carmanah Giant. It measures 95.836 m (314 ft) and estimated to be around 400 years old. I have visited the park on a few occasions and I can still remember the first time when I set foot into the forest: its powerful fragrance, the sight of these yellow-green moss covered giants and an overwhelming feeling of awe. This truly is a sacred space. Gicl?? photographic print Printed on Hahnem??hle Photo Rag Pearl fine art archival paper Laminated Signed & numbered, limited to 15 Certificate of Authenticity included All materials are archival Prints are securely packed and rolled into a wide tube for safe shipping. Insured courier service is included for all patrons.