This is a long view of the south lot. In the center is the septic garden. Its left side has chives blooming in pink. Its right side has marigolds blooming in yellow. On the far right you can see part of the treeline that divides the south lot from the forest garden. The log itself doesn't really show here.
This is a long view of the fallen log, visible near the center. You can see the upper and lower ends.
Here is a closer view of the log. The upper end is on the left and the lower on the right.
This is a closer look at the upper and middle parts.
Take a look at the lower end through the brush from the south lot.
This is a closer view of the upper end.
A bunch of wood pieces broke off the top when the trunk hit the ground.
Look into the hollow part of the log. There will be no need to "open up" this log so wildlife can gain access to it! If you look closely you can see a bird's nest.
Moving into the forest yard, here is a glimpse of the lower end.
This is a long view of the fallen log. The lower end is now closer and the upper end is farther away.
Here is a closer view of the lower end.
This shows the broken remains of the stump in the ground. You can really see how big this tree was! While I'm sad it is gone, large fallen logs are extremely valuable in the forest ecosystem.
Here is the lower end of the fallen log up close.