More Easter Island-like remnants of Bellevue old growth before it was felled in the 19th century to clear the ground for the coal mines and mining camps. They all have distinct personalities.
This one still shows the sawmarks.
This one seems to have antennae. Homage to The Slug?
This one seems to be defiantly flexing its one remaining arm. Only a flesh wound!
The Hollow Old One.
The termite's buffet.
In case you missed it, more stumps here!
Very nice sequence Sean. The stump with the remaining arm is a favourite.ReplyDelete
These are also remnants from a childhood spent roaming the second-growth woods of Rint'n!ReplyDelete