From A Different Angle

Bare trees from a new angle (photo by Kate St. John)
Bare trees from a different angle (photo by Kate St. John)

When my camera couldn’t capture this horizontally, I turned it sideways to photograph the trees.

I like them this way better than in the “normal” orientation.

Put your left ear on your left shoulder to see what I mean.

p.s. I took this photo four years ago but didn’t label it.  Based on their bark I think these are sugar maples … but their branches don’t look right.

(photo by Kate St. John)

4 thoughts on “From A Different Angle

  1. The maple’s opposite branching habit is one of the ways to IDENTIFY maples (for tapping) — because you tap them before they leaf out!

    Yeah…I’ve been to a lot of Maple Festivals.

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