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?
The views are so pretty as you hike the Beech Forest Trail in Provincetown. I loved this reflection on the pond a couple of weeks ago when the leaves were so vibrant.
What do you think?
If you’re looking for a gorgeous and fairly easy hike in Provincetown, try the Beech Forest Trail. It is just beautiful as it meaders on a boardwalk over the marshes, through a beech tree forest, through a pine forest and then around the lake.
It doesn’t get much prettier, especially in the fall when the colors are spectacular!
It was a gorgeous day in Provincetown and the harbor was full of boats. I loved this photograph of the sailboats waiting to go out.
Pretty, don’t you think? Love the colors!
We stopped the car at a little parking lot near Herring Cove in Provincetown just to see what was out there, and this was the view we were treated to… just spectacular! I love seeing Race Point in the distance with the fence in the foreground. And those clouds! Wow!
Gorgeous, don’t you think?
It’s a good thing they have “sand fences” along some of the beaches on Cape Cod. It’s like a snow fence, but acts the same way for sand.
I loved this photograph of this sand fence at Herring Cove Beach in Provincetown which trapped the sand so high that people were walking over it to get to the beach. I took the photograph standing on the edge of the parking lot.
And then I edited it 2 ways and I couldn’t decide which one I liked better. What do you think?