Above: heading through MacMillan Provincial Park on the way to Tofino. I spent the whole time on Vancouver Island, most of it in Victoria.
Within the forest; Cathedral Grove is a stand of ancient Douglas Fir in MacMillan Provincial Park.
One of the things I liked about the place, aesthetically, was the contrast between the brightness of the red wood and the moist green of the moss, which seemed to be growing everywhere. To me it looks like a kind of radioactive glow haloing the trunks and branches of the trees.
I can't remember why these logs were lying around. I think they may have been trees that died and fell, and were chopped up in order to get them out of the way.