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Came across this partially uprooted Maple in the forest during a recent hike. The light and dark contrast were striking as well as the ready-made burrow or home for some critter formed by the uprooted trunk.

Location: The King Mountain Lookout trail in Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada.
Date: August , 2012 , early evening.

Tech: Fujicolor S9500, ISO 200, 30th @f5.6

Max is a semi-retired 60+ boomer science guy, currently living in Ottawa, Canada’s capital. Growing up with photography and art in his family, he was self-taught ever since he developed his own films at the age of 13. “I do it for the sheer joy of creating an image regardless of whether it pleases, stuns or provokes”, he says. He likes to experiment and is currently exploring pinhole, Infra-red, panoramic, and high dynamic range photography.

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  • Nigel Bangert
    Nigel Bangertover 2 years ago

    What a great find, it shows how the forest continues no matter what.

  • Hey thanks, Nigel!

    – Max Buchheit

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