A cottage camouflaged by dense trees on a narrow dirt road in New England. The house has few windows, with a single window visible above the entrance, and a front entrance that appears to have been left open. Surrounding the house is a variety of different trees, as evident by the leaves on their branches. Their branches extend around the house, causing the building to blend into the forest. A few feet in front of the cottage lies an arrangement of rocks that serves as a short stone wall. There doesn't appear to be any other settlements nearby, but a wooden wagon sits across the opposite side of the road. Whether it was left behind with the house, or by someone else entirely, is unknown.
From the collection of Fred Bodin of Gloucester MA. Fred was a long time resident and well-known photographer of Gloucester and had one of the best private collections of New England nautical photographs in private hands. Fred was a photojournalist having graduated with this degree from Syracuse University and worked for Yankee Magazine. Fred passed away in 2016 and HIP purchased his collection from his estate.