Sunday, February 04, 2018

Winter Swamp

Warren, Connecticut

Ice and snow, a dark sky with more snow on the way.


Taken For Granted said...

Looks like raising water has killed off trees and other growth. It all sleeps during the winter.

Carl Weese said...

It's a pretty common effect in upland wetlands around here. An area will stay dry long enough to get a decent start on new growth, then flood again deep enough to drown the trees. Aquifers and water tables run at all sorts of slant angles through the rocky glacier-distorted hills.