Coming back from Long Beach we had to stop at the famous Cathedral Grove. It's a very old forest located in MacMillan Provincial Park. The trees there are hundreds of years old, and so tall one could say they touch the sky. It's one of the most beautiful and humbling places we have visited. To think that these trees have been standing there since the middle ages, is uncanny. Even though there are a lot of people visiting, the place is strangely quiet. One could say it's a spiritual experience. I guess that's why it's called the Cathedral Grove.
Capturing the Grove
Trying to capture the Grove is not an easy task. You have to have a very wide lens and lots of space to be able to catch one of these tree giants in entirety. It's almost impossible, because there is almost no room along the paths to back away far enough. Even at 15mm it wasn't enough. Still, the experience is well worth the trip. Highly recommend you stopping by, and enjoy the quiet of time. It's amazing.