This tree corpse stands at the main junction in Fontainebleau State Park, across the Lake (Pontchartrain) from New Orleans. It was a favorite place to go for a childhood weekend fun time. Linda and I drove through there the other day, so to reminisce. It was amazing the damage done by Hurricane Katrina. I am sure that Hurricanes Rita, Gustav and Ike did a lot of tree snapping, too.
The tree was soaking its few hanging strands of Spanish Moss in the last stray beams of sunlight gliding in from the lake
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