Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Snag and sky

At the edge of the cliff, a dead snag stands tall, roots firmly clamped into the rock, twigs still attached. Woodpeckers have just started working on the trunk. Good eating in there!

The live trees are growing from lower down, on what looks like a bare rock face.

Ripple Rock trail, Viewpoint 1.


  1. 'Dead snag' is new expression to me - shall use that I suspect

  2. Nothing is wasted in the forest. - Margy


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