What controls the width and size of the logo on this responsive template?

I was checking out the responsive template and I don't see where the logo size is controlled/set? I know that both the smaller and bigger image must be the same size but not sure where that is set? http://technext.github.io/Mamma-s-Kitchen/# What if I wanted to make both images wider?

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Jessica WhitleySoftware DeveloperCommented:
The larger icon is a carousel. It is controlled in the css/owl.carousel.css.
The navigation bar image is located in the navbar img tag....
<a class="navbar-brand" href="#">
                        <img id="logo" src="images/Logo_main.png" class="logo img-responsive">
                    </a>
it is controlled in the /css/main.css file.
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