Looking from under the pines out into the wild deciduous growth.
I call them the piney woods because of the large section of long-needled pine trees where we enter. Of course there are oaks, beeches, and birches, too. But in the piney section there is little undergrowth and it's easy walking on the soft rust-colored needles that cover the ground. In the deciduous sections I have to follow the deer paths to make my way through.