Several decades ago, a dam was built on the Withlacoochee River in Citrus County, Florida. It caused a large area to flood, and formed Lake Rousseau. There were many trees that became partially submerged in the flood, and over the years, many have rotted away beneath the surface of the water. Some still hold onto life, especially the cypress trees. This one stubbornly clings to life season after season. Here it is on Dec. 31, 2010. Canon Powershot sx30IS.