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    That is a big tree.
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    That's excellent! Those trees are huge. I would love to see them one day.
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    I counted 6 people on the tree or next to it in the picture. Not sure about the 6th with a white jacket.
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    They had a special on Nat Geo the other night about this photo and it was great. Try and see it if you can. Redwoods are amazing.
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    Thanks for posting this! My kids will love it.

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    Where is the sixth person? I count 5 and don't see the one with the white jacket. It is like Where's Waldo and I fear I failed to find Waldo in white.

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    I counted 7 but one of them I'm not sure (I'm only going off this image, I don't have the big National Geographic poster)


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    Quote Originally Posted by paulgla View Post
    Where is the sixth person? I count 5 and don't see the one with the white jacket. It is like Where's Waldo and I fear I failed to find Waldo in white.
    I look up and down and think I see one with a white jacket - then maybe it is sky in the background. Not sure. One spot is lower left of the top guy with the yellow jacket.
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    Kirk,

    The 3rd one up i am debating is it a white jacket or not. I looked and looked at the one way off on the left limb and counted it out. But it does look like a person.
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