We arrived there, in anticipation of taking some autumn photos of the "lake" with colored trees surrounding it, and to my delight, the dam was drained (for repairs) and had hundreds of old tree stumps and tangled roots to photograph. I took over a hundred photos, but have only bored you :-} with three blogposts full of them.
I loved how the bottom of this tree root swirled round and round into the bottom of the dam's floor:
And this pair. Stuck next to each other under the water for eternity:
Loved the color in the background and the starkness of the dam:
The cat-tails were alive and green in this barren environment:
Tipping over in desolation:
Roots reaching out for life:
I hope you enjoyed this three-part series as much as I enjoyed discovering this place and sharing it with all of you.