Redwood trees with rays of sunlight bursting through the mist. View on Black and LARGER. The redwoods along the northern coast of California receive about 70 inches of rainfall each year just from their own needles and branches -- water that condensates and collects from the fog that shrouds these huge trees. As the fog rolls in from the ocean each day, droplets of water condensate and build larger on the needles until they drop to the forest floor. As the fog rolls further inland…
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The cascading falls, evergreen trees, rocks, fog and meadows are all so familiar to the Pacific NW. I almost hesitate to post it but it's pretty nonetheless.