The President Tree: One Photo, 126 Frames, 2 Billion Leaves, 247 Feet, 3200 Years Old
Located in Sequoia National Park is an astounding natural wonder, the President Tree, stands at 247-feet tall and a several thousand years old. This incredible tree is so large a single photograph will be unable to capture it all.
The National Geographic team, fascinated by the beauty and grandeur of this tree, embarked on a challenge to take a single picture of it. To accomplish that, they had to join together 126 photos. Check out the video to see how they managed to capture its beauty...
There’s been a few debate about whether the President Tree is considered the second or third largest tree (by volume) in Sequoia National Park; nevertheless, this tree is definitely one of the most beautiful.
H/T National Geographic