New generation, growing from stumps, replaces a give logged 20 years ago. Beyond blossoming spikes of fireweed, a jagged snag testifies to fire which foresters believe occurred three and a half centuries ago.
National Geographic - July, 1964
Roaming free and unafraid, Roosevelt elk graze where redwoods meet the Pacific at Gold Bluffs, California.
National Geographic - July, 1966
Selling weed from the sewers in Adum, Kumasi, Ghana
Blanket of azaleas enhances Greenfield Gardens, Wilmington, a 210-acre municipal park enclosing a five-fingered lake. Bald cypresses stud the shallow water. Wilmingtonians celebrate the Azalea Festival each spring when the flowers blossom.
National Geographic - February, 1962