- Al Sabo 17
I seem to take a lot of pictures of paths when I am in the woods. I sometimes feel that my entire photography career is just photographing potential covers for a new edition of Walden.
- Al Sabo 18
Yet another part of the path.
- Al Sabo 16
This reminds me of walking through a woods in Florida, with sugar sand soil.
- Al Sabo 15
The trails are minimally maintained, but they do clear the trunks of fallen trees.
- Al Sabo 10
A close-up of the sassafras. A tea can be made from the bark of the roots. It's supposed to be delicious, but a lot of work to prepare safely.
- Al Sabo 9
A small specimen of sassafras (Sassafras albidum). You can see the characteristic four different shapes of leaves. Although many plants have different leaves at maturity than they do when they are young, it is unusual to see so many different leaf shapes at the same time. For more about sassafras, read this.