The light prevailed so well over the weekend that I was able to do another photo walk. This one was at a different local forest park, one I’ve neglected in recent years because it is not heavy on wildflowers or maple trees.
There was still a coating of frost on some of the leaves as the sun rose, as was the case with the fallen bald cypress leaves below.
The trail at this park had plenty of honeysuckle bushes on its margins. The leaves of these bushes have not changed in color yet, so it was odd indeed to see so much green at the end of November.
Of course, the oak trees are the stars of this November forest.