There were some really cool-looking trees on Beech Forest Trail in Provincetown. They reminded me of Colorado where you frequently see trees on the slopes of the the mountains which have curved trunks due to the snow and ice pushing it. They called them “snow knees.” Cute, don’t you think?
I wonder what caused these tree trunks to bend so much…
I took this tree with different filters. What do you think?
I couldn’t decide if I liked this old fishing boat at Rock Harbor Orleans in color or black and white. I thought they were both kind of interesting.
What do you think?
This photograph of the boardwalk on the Red Maple Swamp Trail at Fort Hill says it all. The leaves are have fallen and winter is coming.
I loved this photograph in black and white. What do you think?
Such a cute photograph of these two friends at Coast Guard Beach who were obviously have a great time! Beautiful day with a little wind and some waves in the background.
There is an old farm on the Orleans/Eastham border on Cape Cod that is really fun to hike through. It is not very big but very pretty with a few trails to meander down. You can see the old farm equipment and fences in the area.
I really liked this photograph of the trees and split rail fence in black and white. What do you think?
There were a lot of downed trees at Wiley Park in Eastham on Cape Cod after the blizzard. Hiking over the bridge that separates the two kettle ponds, you can see one of the trees that is leaning pretty precariously. We couldn’t take our favorite hike as there were too many trees blocking the trail.
I couldn’t decide which photograph I like better… color or black and white. What do you think?