When settlers came to the forests of huge trees in the Pacific Northwest, some chose to live in stump houses. These hollow stumps of huge Western Hemlocks and Western Red-cedars gave just enough room inside for a bunk, a table, and a wood stove; in fact, they could be viewed as the predecessors of today’s tiny homes. This hollow tree would have been quite comfortable once the roof and door overhang were built and the wood stove was lit.
SIZE: This photograph is printed at an approximate final size of a bit over 3x3,” and is printed on cotton rag photographic paper using pigmented inks for an estimated 400-year display life.
LIMITED EDITION: This photographic print is part of a limited edition produced by photographer Lee Rentz. The edition consists of 250 prints, which includes all sizes and methods of printing.