I met a couple of friends last week at Washington Oaks State Park. We three had our cameras and took the path in the first picture that we each photographed. For those with an interest in such things, I used a 45mm lens which is the equivalent of a 24mm lens on a 35mm film or digital camera.
After lunch, I returned by myself intent on making a photograph of the gnarly trees that line one side of the road to the beach. I'm not happy with it because the palmettos were so pervasive I couldn't do the twisty trees justice, but without a machete and money for bail and a huge fine, there was nothing I could do. Perhaps there's a way to poison palmettos in the park??? ;-)