We came across this scene a weekend ago coming back from our 'adventure' out to Owl's Head. Just a couple of acres of rotting trees in water. It probably once was good tree growth and then man rerouted some water flow and bye bye trees. Well, that's my 'I have no idea what I'm talking about but it sounds pretty good to me' take on what I'm photographing here. I think we've all seen man intervening in nature before not bringing good results. I must say it would be a good place for owls though. I've always been fascinated with them, and this late winter Elenka got me checking out the owl cam at Skidaway Island, Georgia. I wouldn't mess with owls. The owlets look cuddly sitting there in the nest, but they age into nasty birds. I've learned quite a bit of the natural history of the bird recently from Elenka and various avian research sites. Did you know that owls don't build nests? Most often, they take over (steal) nests that other birds have built. Not very nice. But I'm not going to debate that fact, if I ever come across one face to face. They will attack! "Nice nest you've got there."