Here are some more photographs taken in Cabin John Park during winter. Enjoy and don’t forget to check out part one if you haven’t seen it already.
This summer, Ligia and I visited Cabin John Regional Park here in Potomac, MD. It’s a lesser known park, and it doesn’t really get as many visitors as it deserves, but it’s a pretty beautiful place. To discover that beauty, you need to get off the beaten path, as is the case with many things in life.
We did get off the beaten path when we visited it, so much so that we got lost, and getting back onto the path was an adventure in itself. At least we got some good photos out of it.
This tree almost looks like someone with their legs in the air.
There was a nice little brook running through the forest, and some of its riverbed was exposed. Not only did we find beautiful pebbles, but we also found some great sand patterns.
The light reflected beautifully off the water’s surface.
Lichen grew abundantly on a fallen tree trunk.
We also found thick moss, colored a deep green, growing on another fallen tree trunk.
After almost two hours of wandering the forest, we were relieved to find the path once more.