Painted at the inaccurately named, Dead Lakes State Park in the Florida panhandle, from a boardwalk.
The "lakes" were formed with the Apalachicola River formed sand bars that temporarily blocked the Chipola River. The lakes are thick with not-at-all-dead trees, making good places for fish to hide. A very pretty place and not popular with the spring breakers who took over the beach when we were in the area.
Those simplistic trees - I really need to make them more tree-like.