Tourists explore massive dead tree with tunnel cut out for a road in Sequoia National Forest, May 1951.
In December 2012, we published a portrait of a giant 247 foot Sequoia called the President.
Photograph by Andrew H. Brown, National Geographic
"Now hold very still.”
One man shaves another man with an axe on forestry Field Day, 1940s (University of Florida Archives)
At the airport the young man heard far-off drums echoing in the night. He imagined the young woman in the plane sitting still, hearing whispers of a quiet conversation near the rear of the fuselage. He glanced down at his father’s wristwatch—12:30. The flight was on time.
For that time when I want to try making pie.