Sylvan engineering

This place is an impoundment of a tributary stream of Charles Brown Brook. It was engineered using simple principles, felled trees and mud. It has been argued that a beaver dam is as much an expression of the beaver genome as its tail. I agree; for, how could it be otherwise?

10 thoughts on “Sylvan engineering

  1. The clarity is marvelous. I suspect part is an absence of the thick humidity common here, but of course part of it’s your skill with a camera. It’s wonderful to see you posting again.

  2. I agree with elliesm! Great image. You know something has been at work here. Were you on land when you took this shot?

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