Tree Graveyard Studies

July 17, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

I recently discovered a section of shoreline along the Raritan Bay on which numerous tree skeletons lay. I don't know when they washed up or were otherwise deposited there - perhaps by Hurricane Sandy, years ago. In any case, the weathered trunks were smooth like bones, and in some cases, covered with seaweed from the ebb and flow of the tides.  It was a fascinating place to explore and photograph.  Click here to see some of my work from my visits to this tree graveyard.

 

 


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