As the summer begins in earnest the trees and bushes make it increasingly difficult to photograph some places.
Some areas on the shore line in Connecticut have reeds and grasses that can grow taller than a person. It’s also impossible to tell where the solid ground ends and the water begins.
These shots were taken from a distance and on a trail that winds alongside marshes. Soon we might not even get to see this much.
Of course the alternative is the New England winter. For now I’ll peek through the weeds.