Photos from our trip to California.
Some shots I thought were nice from Kendall Ledges at Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Photos of Japanese larch and Douglas fir cones.
Some shots I got of the fall color during a sunrise at the Rocky River Reservation.
The hemlock forests of Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia.
The challenges of photographing the hemlock tree.
Have you ever wondered what the tallest tree in the world is? The widest? The most massive? Then you need to learn about this family of trees.
Norway spruce saplings are popping up in the Cleveland Metro Parks more easily than our native conifers.
Eastern hemlock sites on the east and west side of Cleveland.
Hunting Carolina and eastern hemlock saplings in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
I finally found an eastern hemlock sapling at the Rocky River Reservation that doesn't appear to be planted.
The tamarack and peet bogs of northeast Ohio.
More photos from my trip to Sequoia National Park
How to identify the American Beech tree in winter.
My favorite native member of the Cupressus family, the Eastern Red Cedar.
A little bit of the southern swamps in Northeast Ohio.
One of my favorite conifers that is native to Ohio, the eastern white pine.
Pine cones in a bowl. Confessions of a pine cone geek.
Learn more about an unusual mix of Eastern Hemlock and Carolina Hemlock at Kendall Ledges in CVNP.
Want to see some forest primeval? Visit the Forest Cathedral in Cook Forest State Park.
A grove of Eastern Hemlock in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Isn't the Giant Sequoia amazing? General Sherman, the largest tree in the world.