A snow storm in the Maine woods.
A young pine peeks through the snow.
A young pine casts a shadow on the snow. Spring officially starts this month in Maine! At least that’s what the calendar says.
A spider’s web in this young spruce collects dew on a July morning.
The last golden leaves of fall cling to this birch tree.
Ponderosa pine grows on this sandstone cliff in Zion National Park.
A white pine on the ledges of French’s Mountain. This area is a good place to watch turkey vultures.
Rugosa roses and spruce on a foggy morning at Schoodic Point.
We’ve had a decent amount of snow here in Maine so far this year, and more on the way!
Our back woods this morning during another snowfall.