Corbin Dunn
Redwood Monkey

Photography: Redwoods in Yosemite

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I used to not really like hiking. There seemed to be no purpose to it; you followed a trail for no real rhyme or reason and usually ended up back where you started. I never sought out hiking as an activity, but I always have been a hiker, it is just that I  never considered what I was doing as actual hiking. As a kid I would wonder around in the trees following deer trails simply to see where they went. As an adult, I would hike miles to go climb some rocks or see some fantastic waterfall. I never really realized that I also really enjoyed the process of getting to where I was going; being immersed in nature is such a wonderful feeling.

I love redwood trees. It probably stems from me growing up around then, and literally living with them in a treehouse. Here are a few pictures I took with my Canon 5D while on a 20 mile trip to see Clouds Rest in Yosemite. Some people might even call it a hike…

 

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