These stumps were cut before the filling of an old reservoir near Seattle. When the water level drops, the stumps reappear. There are a lot of them, and wandering there is a wonderfully weird experience. The notches were cut by the loggers to hold the ends of boards they would stand on, allowing them to saw through the tree above the bulging bole. I can’t believe they intentionally cut the notches to look like faces, but many of them do look so in this area.


3 responses

  1. Linda Loft

    Very cool. Where is this?


    September 24, 2012 at 3:52 pm

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