I’ve been fascinated by this crooked tree on Peach’s Point (or is it Peaches Point?) since moving to Marblehead in 2008.  The tree seems to be in such a precarious position along the ocean’s edge and with only the thinnest of trunks to keep it upright.

Meanwhile, the surrounding homes in this area of Marblehead are truly magnificent in stature and architecture thus serving to exaggerate further the oddity of this simple crooked tree.

This image is another from the series captured last Wednesday and was taken only 15 minutes after yesterday’s shot of the boat ramp.  The sun had broken through the clouds at this point and was casting perfect light on the homes and this one tree on Peach’s Point in Marblehead.