Hendy Woods State Park

On Friday and Saturday Serena and I took a trip to Mendocino on the northern California coast. We lucked out with some great weather and were able to visit numerous state parks. Since there were so many great photographs, I will have a series of blog posts featuring a different park each time. The first park is Hendy Woods State Park along Highway 128. It had just rained the previous night so the forest was vibrant and filtered sunshine provided the perfect light for some awesome photography. Also, be sure to check out the complete Hendy Woods Web Album. Enjoy!

Vibrant old-growth redwoods
Vibrant old-growth redwoods
Serena enjoys the redwoods
Serena enjoys the redwoods

Amazing beauty of the gentle giants
Amazing beauty of the gentle giants
Colossal trees!
Colossal trees!
Awesome
Awesome
Looking up!
Looking up!
Peaceful setting
Peaceful setting
Super tall
Super tall
The Big Hendy Redood Grove
The Big Hendy Redood Grove
Photographing the scene
Photographing the scene
Serena on a bridge
Serena on a bridge
Sunlight hits a large redwood
Sunlight hits a large redwood
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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful pictures Leor! Glad to hear that you and Serena had a good time. 🙂

  2. pearlbasehore@cox.net says:

    Your pix of Hendy Woods are BEAUTIFUL! Did you know Hendy Woods is in danger of closing? I’m involved with “Save Hendy Woods.” I’m preparing some printed materials, and though I have several amateur photos, your pictures are sooo much nicer! Would you be interested in donating the use of one or more of your photos to help save Hendy Woods? I could include photo credits. Please let me know asap. Thanks!

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