As the poet said, “only God can make a tree”…probably because

it’s so hard to figure out how to get the bark on.”                Woody Allen 

Yin-yang, Oceanside beach, Oregon

Yin-Yang abstract, Oceanside beach, Oregon

Creative see-saw, Cape Disappointment, Washington Netarts Bay beach, Oregon Netarts Bay beach, Oregon Netarts Bay beach, Oregon Netarts Bay beach, Oregon
Island View beach, Vancouver Island BC Fort Canby, Washington Cormorant and turtle sharing a driftwood island, White Rock Lake, Texas Strangling fig and host, Cape Disappointment, WA Dead Juniper stump, Sedona AZ
Driftwood designs, Victoria beach, BC Island View Beach, Vancouver Island, BC Long Beach, Washington Long Beach, Washington Victoria beach, BC
Oceanside beach, OR Oceanside beach, OR Nimkish Lake, BC - toppled Cedar provides nourishment for new growth Nimkish Lake campsite, BC Oceanside, Oregon
Crows perch on a beached log, Oceanside, Oregon Long Island beach, Washington Sequoia stump, Sequoia National Forest, California Sequoia stump, Sequoia National Forest, California Winds and tides continually change the landscape of the coast, Oceanside OR
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon Crater Lake, Oregon - Sept. 10th, 2011 forest fire Crater Lake, Oregon Crater Lake, Oregon Washington coast driftwood detail
Cedar stump, Victoria, BC Rotting Birch from bark removal, Stony Swamp trail, Ottawa ON North Saannich, BC Nimkish Lake, BC Fort Canby, Washington
Nimkish Lake, BC Elk Island, BC Fort Canby, Washington Fort Canby, Washington Nimkish Lake, BC
Driftwood stump showing tree age rings, Washington coast Driftwood designs, Washington coast Sooke Harbour, BC - aged carved initials in Arbutus driftwood Sooke Harbour, Vancouver Island, BC Long Island beach, Washington
Dead fig vine, Elizabeth Gardens, Manteo, Roanoke Island, North Carolina  Oceanside beach, Oregon  Oceanside beach, Oregon Fort Canby, Washington Washed up tree, Oceanside beach, Oregon
Nimkish Lake campsite, BC Nimkish Lake, BC Grand Canyon, Arizona Island View Beach, BC Nimkish Lake, BC -  remnants of a dock that was used for logging in 1930s

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