We’re back at the Caloosahatchee River today. The day was overcast and dark, and it shows in the photos, but the lack of sunlight lets you see details and colors that aren’t always evident when the sun is shining.
This is the drawbridge over the river. It goes up and down, unlike the other one, which went sideways. Remember? 🙂
I’m standing in the parking lot of a vacant realty office building. I love the tree! And being on the river… I can’t believe it hasn’t been rented. I’d be outside or looking out the window all the time.
This dead tree strewn with Spanish moss is in the water to the right of the broken gate in the fence in the previous picture. Someone should hang Christmas lights on it. 🙂 It would look so cool in the dark, don’t you think?
Once you’re on shore, look right along the river and you’ll see this boat.
Once we leave the river and drive a few miles down the road, we come to a clearing full of trees hung with Spanish moss. No Trespassing signs are posted, but I parked and took pics anyway. Having a camera lets you get away with amazing shit! No one questions what you’re doing.
I wonder about this chimney. Was it once in a house now long gone, or was it build for outdoor barbecues? It’s so odd, seeing it standing there with nothing around it–no picnic table, no old building footings. It’s a mystery.
And that’s it for this week. Have a great weekend!