This 3200 Year Old Tree Is So Huge It's Never Been Captured In A Single Image. "The President" is one of those trees. The giant sequoia stands 247 feet tall, measures cubic feet in volume, and is an estimated years old.
Carleton E Watkins: A horse-drawn cart passing through a section cut out of the base of a giant sequoia tree in the Mariposa groves of Yosemite Park, California. (Photo by Carleton E Watkins/Getty Images).
Above the Canopy. Old growth redwood dwarfs new growth trees. Taken in California's Bear Creek Watershed. The largest continuous old growth redwood forest. Photograph by Michael Nichols for National Geographic.
Giant Sequoias [wiki] (Sequoiadendron giganteum), which only grow in Sierra Nevada, California, are the world's biggest trees (in terms of volume). The biggest is General Sherman [wiki] in the Sequoia National Park - one behemoth of a tree at 275 feet m)