The Orange County Land Trust is a local organization that is determined to save our beautiful woodlands and open spaces from the ravages of developers. It has raised the necessary funds to purchase tracts of unspoiled land for our enjoyment and that of future generations. Some of it may be minimally developed for athletic recreation (an inevitable consequence of bending to the common weal), but it will nonetheless be public and undeveloped in any significant way. This tree and rent in the land is a feature of a very prominent piece of one of these tracts near Sugarloaf, the "Village of Craftsmen" (as they bill themselves). It has always appealed to me in countless drive-bys, and I finally succumbed to a chance to park and photograph it. I used the Shen-Hao for this with, I think, the 250mm Fujinon.