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article imageTime-Lapse film of historical California redwood trees

By Greta McClain     Dec 12, 2012 in Environment
San Francisco - A newly released video a by San Francisco director takes viewers on a beautiful time-lapse tour of the giant redwood trees in northern California.
Steven Poe, a creative director and producer of photography, traveled through the Redwood Forest of northern California, documenting what he saw with stunning time-lapse photos. Poe has put those images together in a fascinating video, helping viewers enjoy the beauty of these majestic and historic trees.
The Redwood Forest is known as being home to the tallest trees on Earth. It is also the home of vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild riverways, and nearly 40 miles of pristine coastline. Each of these unique and beautiful ecosystems support a rich variety of wildlife and cultural traditions.
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