After crossing the Potomac River on the footbridge to Theodore Roosevelt Island, I discovered that the layout of the island was a series of paths and boardwalks that lead you to the center of the island where there is a "big reveal." This reveal really let us down, considering how influential President Roosevelt was in the creation of the National Park Service.
These paths and boardwalks lead through areas that weren't very visually appealing. We came across this tree that had carvings in it. It seemed intriguing, but at the same time disheartening.
Photos taken May 6, 2010.
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