Wild Rhododendrons of the Coastal Redwood Forest

Wild Rhododendrons of the Coastal Redwood Forest

Eric E Photo

In every walk with Nature, one receives far more than he seeks.

~John Muir

This post is a bit different in that I’m breaking it into 2 parts. I’m doing this because my latest photographic goal has proved to be a great learning experience and a reminder that Mother Nature ALWAYS wins in landscape photography. Any photographers out there that follow my blog may pick up a tip or two and those who aren’t photographers will gain some understanding that photography is NOT about the fanciest camera you can afford and going to the best locations on earth.

I have an image in mind. Its a beautiful, mossy forest with towering trees and a faint sun casting diffused light over all that is living. In the empty space between the trees, where plants race to the sky to capture the leftover light, beautiful pink rhododendrons climb the highest and display…

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