Information:Like most man-made reservoirs, Stillwater was created by damming a river. As a result, trees are submerged under the water. With the water level lowered to do repairs on the dam, huge stumps littered the shoreline. This giant was in front of my campsite. At sunset, it manages to look both beautiful and eerily grotesque, at the same time.
For the Shutterbugs:
"Driftwood Stump at Stillwater" was created with my Hasselblad 500 CM camera, and 50 mm lens, Bogen 3021 tripod with ball head: f22 for 1s. Film - Fuji Velvia, ISO 50.