Recent Photographs: all photographs © 1969-2020 by Carl Weese
Looks like raising water has killed off trees and other growth. It all sleeps during the winter.
It's a pretty common effect in upland wetlands around here. An area will stay dry long enough to get a decent start on new growth, then flood again deep enough to drown the trees. Aquifers and water tables run at all sorts of slant angles through the rocky glacier-distorted hills.
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