I'm fortunate to live close to Gettysburg National Military Park, which remains open during the pandemic. Beyond the 1000+ monuments in the park, there is some beautiful landscape, often highlighted by granite boulders that litter the terrain. The boulders that form Devil's Den were a strategic sharpshooters' location, held by both sides at different times, during the 3-day battle in July 1863. The lone tree that grows above Devil's Den is one of my favorite photo subjects. The foreground boulder is known as the "balancing rock" or "table rock". The house in the background is the "Snyder farm," circa 1830; it was at the end of the right flank of the Confederate forces during the battle.