Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Sunken Meadow State Park
I mentioned that I was on the way to Sunken Meadow State Park on the north shore of Long Island last week. It was raining off and on, with beautiful gray skies. After I got my stargazing permit, I grabbed my camera and an umbrella and headed over to the wetlands. With no leaves on the trees it felt as if the dramatic silhouettes of the tree trunks were what the picture is all about. The picture below is interesting to me in a different way, and it is hard to explain it's attraction for me. Perhaps it looks like a tree root, rather than a branch. Sometimes these things just feel right.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 10:17 PM