Nature Journaled on Neversink Mountain. The forest seemed to be mostly a variety of oaks, chestnuts (young ones growing from old diseased trunks, and scrub pine at the point in the trail where the overlook was. I picked a few oak leaves for comparison: Black Jack, Chestnut Oak, and White Oak. Note: The leaves were all green.
I used to be such a serious Nature Journaler! Now I just have fun and then blame Carolyn Dube for the Colorful Play and Joanne Sharpe for the Whimsical Lettering.