Here is one from way up in the panhandle of Florida. It is from the Dead Lakes, an area of the Chipola River where it was cut off for a period of time and flooded. This killed much of the cypress but as it resumed normal water levels, it left their skeletons, with new cypress coming up between them. It is a spectacular place and I know I will return. Not the easiest place to shoot, but I hope I did it some justice. This image is from inside a buttress of one big cypress, shooting across at an island of living trees.