Chattahoochee River Bend State Park was a fantastic place to photograph trees. We had a great time and it is well worth the drive. The trees were huge, and there is no way this post adequately shows the size of these historical trees.

Some have died a slow death and have been left to become subjects for art and photography.

Others grow along the ground like twisted vines. I can easily imagine the Creek and Cherokee Indians loving this rich area. Of course, I really didn’t have time to take decent photos (notice the little head in this photo) because the main goal was to walk the dogs, right?! To be honest,  Chip and Cocoa would have been just as happy if I had left the camera at home!

One thing is for sure: I’ll have to come back at some point and try all of this again in black and white.

I have no idea what to say about all of this green!