mazinaw moon and me
Captured under a full moon light, some of these trees are said to be over 800-1000 years old. The rockface itself is an absolutely incredible & breathtaking sight to canoe/kayak along - not just for the petroglyphs but for the awesome piles of granite rock jammed & compressed together after a natural fault line (which actually runs from James Bay in the North to the Hudson River in Manhattan) split.
The east side of the fault rose 350 meters, the west side dropping 350...
forming what you see today. It also creates a very cool natural soundboard as Jamie and I found out - so when you're out there taking long exposures and happen to sneeze - nature sneezes right back at you!
more information on this famous rockface in the comments below
Lens - 16-35 f/2.8 II L
Exposure - 237 seconds @ 16mm - f/5