Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA
I think this is a Whitebark Pine snag, but I'm not sure. In the backbground are Mountain Hemlock (note the tipped over tops of the hemlocks). 70% of the Whitebark Pines at Crater Lake are affected or recently killed by blister rust, a problem that was inadvertently introduced to this country in 1904.
I didn't appreciate how intertwined these two snags are until I sketched the second piece of art in this post. I like how the one in the back reached around to the front, seeking the light.