Black-and-white photograph of gnarled and lichened trees on sunny, grassy hillside.

California Forest Dispatch

A photographer trains a lens on redwood, oak, laurel, manzanita, and juniper — tree species that have long embodied the evolutionary wealth of the west coast, and have long been ripe for exploitation. Today the magnificent trees struggle to survive.

A photographer trains a lens on the magnificent trees that have long embodied the evolutionary wealth of the west coast — and that today struggle for their very survival.

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