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Magnificent Giant Tree: Sequoia in a Snowstorm

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With a cameo by Forest Scientist Stephen Sillett, watch this behind the scenes video about photographing the world’s second-largest known tree, 3,000+ year old President, in Sequoia National Park.

The resulting image, made from 126 images by photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols, is featured in National Geographic‘s December 2012 issue.

Related videos: more forests and more Redwood Trees.

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