Gnarled trees line the western slopes of the Blueridge mountains in Shenandoah National Park. The title of the image comes from the Greek Myth of Charon, the ferryboat man that carries the dead over the river Styx. I see the tree as representing Charon with his outstretched hand awaiting payment for crossing the river in to the underworld which is represented by the mist in the distance.
|Photo Location:||Stanley, Virginia, United States of America|
|Camera:||NIKON Z 7|
|Copyright:||© Thomas Petzwinkler|