My friend Ross's photo of a drawing I made of a corner of a house that used to flood in Tallahassee. The house is on a street which was once downstream of some kind of waterfall-- the very cascades that provided the incentive to build the town there. It took the city a long time to fix the infrastructure of that street, but now all that water has been diverted into the new Cascades Park.
Snag for transients
The woods near Bellingham are punctuated with woodpecker sounds and holes; I don't know if there's a surplus of snags (standing dead trees; temp. housing for risky bugs) or some missing members of the ecosystem that would otherwise make their own perforations.