In the beginning of March trees on the mountain ridge are still bare except for the evergreen white pines. A big oak tree must have been hit by some high winds as a large fork of the tree was split down the middle leaving a small piece of this huge branch still attached to the main trunk. The toppled upper half of the tree was caught by the neighboring trees. The large tree branch will stay here until another wind storm brings sufficient might to knock it down.
One expects trees to be more or less vertical, so I liked the odd horizontal of the very large branch hung up on the nearby trees.
April 8th, 2016
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