The title of the second photo is "Driftwood" but someone used that title very recently. This driftwood is ashore at Porter's Point, Colchester, Vermont. Lake Champlain. Probably came down the Winooski river which enters the lake within a mile or so of this location. Clearly someone cut the roots. The root bundle is about 8 feet in diameter, so it's rather large. Two summers ago it was aground in about two feet of water about forty feet from shore. This past summer it was washed all the way ashore which is where it remains. I thought it would make a good B&W study. This is a digital conversion. C&C always welcome.