Woods Hole has more interesting details per unit of area than just about any place you might imagine.
Come with me, and take a look at some of these details.
Along a shore road, there’s a rustic gate.
Consider this foundation. It supports a friend’s house.
In the next photograph are rocks.
Not just rocks.
To cut stone the old-fashioned way, among your tools will be “star drills” and “feathers”.
It’s work, to cut stone.
It’s even more work to place blocks of this size where you want them to go.
Just off this stone wall is “where the buoys are…”
Go with the flow, out Eel Pond, under the bridge, and in the mirror you can see:
The final detail for this post is a pair of shoes.
They’re not just any shoes.
These are the shoes of Rachel Carson.