White Rocks Overlook along the Appalachian Trail, South Mountain State Park / Recreation Area. December, 2009
A non-snowy version of the previous photo.
Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
The Potomac River, photographed from the C&O Canal National Historical Park, upstream from Harpers Ferry.
It is never too cold to fish.
Walking the Appalachian Trail in Winter can be a snowy endeavor,
A conservation planting adjacent to the South Mountain State Park / Recreation Area.
A view of a snowy field from under a sheltering white pine tree.
Decorative items collected on a winter walk.
Geese below Dam No, 5 on the Potomac River, C&O Canal National Historical Park.
The forest floor, carpeted by a species of Lycopodium, a genus of clubmosses, also know as ground pines and creeping cedars.
Mosses often look festive - and very green - in winter.
A mountain laurel shrub during an icing storm.
A snow capped boulder in South Mountain State Park / Recreation Area.
Early settlement site, now abandoned. Top left is a small cabin with fireplace, smoke house (right) and spring house (bottom left).
A black walnut canopy against the winter sky.
From the forest, the winter sky.
Looking up - a pitch pine.
Red maple tree, a registered Big Tree, located along the towpath in C&O Canal National Historical Park, near Dam #3.
A small intermittent .stream